Join us for the unveiling of Ed TEMPLETON’S limited collection on April 19th at THE SKATEROOM Gallery.
We are pleased to announce that multidisciplinary artist and legendary skateboarder Ed TEMPLETON is launching a limited collection of skateboard art editions with THE SKATEROOM.
Launching on April 20th, the collaboration is inspired by the cult-status photography series Wires Crossed and features unique editions hand-signed by the artist. At least 10% of the revenue from the collection will support Free Movement Skateboarding which seeks to empower, educate and inspire refugees in Athens through skateboarding initiatives.
Prior to the launch, Ed Templeton will be revealing the collection in person at THE SKATEROOM GALLERY, giving a first ever look into the artworks. Join us for a special event on Wednesday April 19th between 5pm and 10pm (in the presence of Ed until 7pm) to celebrate this momentous collaboration.
Address: THE SKATEROOM GALLERY – Rue Van Eyck 54, 1000 Brussels – BELGIUM
The exhibition will run for three weeks at THE SKATEROOM Gallery (by appointment only after the event via firstname.lastname@example.org).
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More about the artist
Ed Templeton (b. 1972, Garden Grove, CA; based in Huntington Beach, CA) is known for his interdisciplinary practice, most notably of photographs documenting people and street life of Huntington Beach, California, intimate portraits of his wife, and paintings depicting the psychological complexity of American suburbia. He first gained recognition as a teenage skateboard prodigy in the late 1980s and taught himself to photograph on the fly while actively touring for competitions. He later expanded to incorporate his artwork and graphics for his skate company Toy Machine.