January at D'Stassi Art Gallery

January saw D’Stassi Art have the pleasure of hosting Teddy Swims for an intimate performance in partnership with Atlantic Records and Sofar Sounds. The show brought a close to Trevor Andrew’s UK solo debut ‘BANG BANG’ and sold out within 30 minutes.




Updates from our roster.

Adam Handler

Adam Handler has featured his work in a group exhibition at One Small Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts. Titled ‘Warm Winter Night’, the exhibition sought to explore the feeling of rare, cosy moments in winter. The show was curated by Tasing and exhibited works by Blake Jones, Yuya Saito and Hime, amongst others.


Ikeda Moody-Golding

Ikeda Moody-Golding took over Waste! Space in London as part of their 5th collaboration with Dr Martens. She exhibited a selection of canvas works, in addition to producing a selection of customised boots.


Richard Hambleton

HKwalls exhibited a selection of Richard Hambleton's works at their exhibition ‘The Last Shadow’ at Soho House in Hong Kong. The show was co-curated by Edward Straka and Alasdair Pitt and features work from Hambleton’s final years, autobiographical creations from early on in his career, and New York Street photography from Andreas Sterzing. The show was open to the public from 12-28th January.

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A Look Back at Bang Bang!



On August 11th D’Stassi Art opened our doors to our most ambitious exhibition to date ‘BANG BANG’ by Trevor Andrew. The show featured a brand-new body of works for the artist and marked Trevor’s UK solo debut. Over a thousand art lovers, celebrities and industry insiders visited the exhibition on the opening night, drinking cocktails inspired by the artworks.


Prior to the opening of ‘BANG BANG’, D’Stassi Art exclusively launched a limited-edition print by the artist, featuring his iconic Gucci Ghost character adorned with a cowboy hat and holster. The print sold out its 50 edition run within minutes and added itself to his continued streak of rapidly selling sold-out editions.


For the exhibition our gallery space was completely transformed. 150 square feet of custom-printed vinyl was laid, emulating the floor of Trevor’s studio in LA. Trevor spent a week customising the D’Stassi lounge - tagging everything from bar stools, lockers and guitars to street signs and toilet doors. This created a truly immersive experience, transporting visitors into the world of Gucci Ghost. This was amplified by the transformation of the D’Stassi tunnel, which was covered with Trevor's hand-painted Gucci G pattern.


The main gallery featured Trevor’s new body of works, which he described as his ‘Cowboy Series.’ Inspired by American icons, both in subject matter and artistic style, the works are dynamic with their gesturing poses, vivid colour palettes, and fluid linework. In total, 35 canvas works were exclusively unveiled at ‘BANG BANG’, with over 50% selling in the opening weekend alone.


As always, D’Stassi lovingly held a collectors dinner on August 10th, serving up a Tex-Mex feast from Red Dog Saloon. The evening offered a select few to dine with Trevor and to hear inmate stories behind the works.


‘BANG BANG’ closed in January with a cosy performance at the gallery from rising star Teddy Swims, in partnership with Sofar Sounds. Over 200 fans piled into the gallery to watch Swims’ perform music from his album ‘I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy’ surrounded by Trevor’s Cowboy Series.


Spotlight Artwork

Spicy Cinnamon by David King Reuben

David King Reuben

Spicy Cinnamon, 2022

Mixed media on ceramic mounted on wooden panel

58 x 58 cm



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