Hanksy Exhibit Coming Soon to Krause Gallery on Orchard

Posted on: December 9th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

For the better part of the last year, Hanksy has made a ginormous splash mashing Banksy artworks with the mug of Tom Hanks. The most recent being the “Peeing Dog” vs A League of Their Own paster spotted the other day on Mulberry Street. With such momentum in tow, the upstart street artist is heading indoors for the well-coined crowd. Into the gallery setting.

The year-old showroom Krause Gallery at 149 Orchard Street is the first stop for his highness Hanksy. According to a recent press release, the event will transpire on January 13. Pencil it in.

From the inbox:

Krause Gallery, an art gallery representing emerging to established contemporary artists, is pleased to present their 2012 After Hours Event.  For the first time ever New York’s newest street artist, HANSKY, is presenting his work in a gallery setting.  Come enjoy new works by the greatest impersonator of one of the greatest street artists of one of the greatest actors.

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  • David

    Sounds original.