Contraband 2




On August 8th, At Riviera 31 Lounge at Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Cutting-Edge Creative Talents From Around The Globe Will Come Together For This Unique, One-Night-Only Event

Due to the overwhelming success of Contraband’s debut in 2013, a rare art exhibit introducing a unique set of globally renowned street artists, Black Apple Gallery presents Contraband 2 at Riviera 31 Lounge, Friday, August 8, from 7PM – 2AM at Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.

For one night only, Black Apple Gallery will transform Sofitel’s lobby and the Riviera 31 Lounge into a unique gallery space to premiere some of the world’s top and most notorious street artists known for their creations that adorn urban walls from London and Paris to Norway and Japan. Handpicked for LA’s art aficionados and fans alike, expect one-of-a-kind works created especially for this event. Exclusive to this one evening, Black Apple Gallery will release a highly anticipated, limited edition print by one of London’s foremost graffiti artists that is not to be missed.

Based in Los Angeles, CA, Black Apple Gallery strives to identify and manage the leading, creative forces worldwide that are making an impact on today’s street art culture.  Through the production of extraordinary events, Black Apple Gallery’s mission is to bring these incredible artists to the forefront of LA’s art scene and the growing street art market nationwide. For more information, visit:

Black Apple Gallery featured artists: Ben Naz, Pobel, Snik, Ernest Zacharevic, Dot Dot Dot, John Doe, Seizer One, Harland Miller, Martin Whatson, Sandra Chevrier, Otto Schade, and Mason Storm

Ernest Zach, artist in the show, was recently in Los Angeles. Here are the two pieces he did in downtown LA: Spray and Enjoy Graffiti

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