Art exhibition: ‘I am Not’ by AK47, an underground arto-political movement

Conceptual artist Andy Link returns to the stage with his first show in 2 years on Thursday 3rd February 2022. Opening show at 7pm & throughout February.

GRAFFIK GALLERY

284 Portobello Rd, W10 5TE

The new collection by AK47 is made up of mixed media and features.

A show of LOVE BULLETS set on MIRROR & NEON available in three sizes.

The exhibition will also showcase CANVAS WORKS using AK47’s infamous slogans including  “I AM NOT, TAKE THE PISS” & “BE AFRAID”.

All works will be limited editions and numbered.

Inspired by artists who work with the power of words such as AK47’s influences Ben Eine, Skeleton Cardboard, and Marty Gee.

LEADER OF UNDERGROUND ARTO-POLITICAL TERRORIST MOVEMENT ART KIEDA, FORMER ACID HOUSE PROMOTER & PORN PRODUCER. THE STAR OF THE INSANE BUT TRUE STORY

 “THE BANKSY JOB”

MOVIE TRAILER 

https://youtu.be/JnmKVUxYkJA

“I AM NOT – is 2 years in the making, it’s been on hold due to covid but now the show is ready to be unleashed.  It’s a Valentine’s themed special event with a twist” says AK47 The Artist.

AK47 is the leader of Art Kieda – an underground movement of art terrorists.

Andy’s first controversial show “Bullets Straight from the Heart” at Maurice Einhardt Neu Gallery in Hackney in 2013.

Link has also curated shows under a different guise; Philip Ignatious Salacious Stein (P.I.S.S.) in East London circa 2010.

As a conceptualist & a provocateur, he had been executing stunts that were designed to unsettle the status quo of the modern art including ‘borrowing’ and returning works by Tracy Emin and Damian Hirst.  Although most of them were opportunistic, others were intricate and well thought out. But really, the one of the biggest things he had done was to steal Banksy’s ‘The Drinker’ and then try and ransom it back to Banksy. 

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