DABS MYLA invade the UK this Sept/Oct with back-to-back events & more!

This Saturday the 24th September is the opening of ‘Gossip Well Told’ at the Warrington Museum in the UK. The exhibition, curated by Tina Ziegler and Frankie Shea of Moniker Projects, features work by How and Nosm, Swoon, Ben Eine, Anthony Lister, Herakut, DABS MYLA and more!

DABS MYLA are showing a collaboration that they made with Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins (shown above).

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery
Museum Street, Cultural Quarter, Warrington, WA1 1JB
On view through Oct. 29th

Those down in Tijuana should also keep an eye out this week as well as DABS MYLA are down there currently for a special event with the LRG Film Team in tow catching all the action (more on this to follow soon).

Next month the duo return to the UK for the Moniker Art Fair. This year the fair runs from October 13th – 16th and will be ‘highlighting the international scope of street art and beyond’…DABS MYLA will be working on an installation in one of the project booths as well exhibiting two new paintings.

Moniker Art Fair
Village Underground 54 Holywell Lane
Shoreditch
London
EC2A 3PQ

A look at their mural install for 'Young and Free' at 941 Geary in SF

The ‘Young and Free’ exhibition at 941 Geary just opened and was comprised of a dozen talented artists from Australia. The show is up until October 22nd and is a really strong representation of some of Australia’s finest, so if you are in SF you should definitely get in to the gallery and check it out!

941 Geary in San Francisco, CA
YOUNGANDFREEART.COM
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One of the pieces DABS MYLA put up on the streets of SF - this one with their good friend RIME

While up in SF the duo found some extra time somehow and hooked up with good friend Rime (aka Jersey Joe) and did the above collaborative wall.

Keep up with ’em at www.dabsmyla.com and look for much more to come from DABS MYLA in the months ahead!

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