Exhibition Review: Never Odd or Even by Andreas von Chrzanowski aka CASE

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Exhibition Review: Never Odd or Even by Andreas von Chrzanowski aka CASE

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Photography by Chris Osburn

Taking inspiration from a book written by some Carroll dude about a girl named Alice, German photorealism graffiti artist Andreas von Chrzanowski (aka CASE) presents an exhibition of new works at Signal Gallery.

The exhibition, dubbed Never Odd or Even and opening to the general public on the 19th of February, is the artist's first solo show. But fans of street art (as well as photorealism) may already be familiar with his style. As one of four members of Germany's near legendary Ma’claim crew, CASE has built quite a reputation by blending graffiti with fine art to a most dazzling effect.

Sometimes whimsical and often melancholy, the pieces in Never Odd or Even offer an excellent chance to visually explore the fear, wonder and temporal nature of youth.

The exhibition runs until the 6th of March. Signal Gallery is located at 96a Curtain Road, EC2A 3AA. Visit the gallery online at www.signalgallery.com.

Last Updated 18 February 2010