Below is the press release for the Pearl Jam PopUp shop this Sunday in Amsterdam at the Kallenbach Gallery. Would it be possible for you to post this? Both SIT and The London Police did very very limited edition posters for the Ziggo Dome show on June 16,2014 in Amsterdam. We also have some rare old Pearl Jam posters that we have taken out of the archives and collab t-shirts with each artist. These again are crazy limited edition and ONLY available at the Kallenbach Pop Up Shop.


The link that we are pushing is to the Facebook Event so that people will RSVP.


On June 16th, SIT has done a very special animation for the exterior of the Ziggo Dome which I think people will love.


Chris




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, June 13, 2014
PEARL JAM POP-UP SHOP AT KALLENBACH GALLERY
JUNE 15TH, 170 Ė 200
DOOR PRIZES, LIMITED EDITION POSTERS AND SHIRTS,
FIRST CHANCE TO BUY MERCH FOR BANDíS SOLD OUT ZIGGO DOME SHOWS
AND EUROPEAN TOUR
AMSTERDAM Ė In advance of the bandís two sold out shows at Ziggo Dome (June 16 & 17), Kallenbach Gallery will host a Pearl Jam pop-up shop on June 15 from 170-200.

WHAT: Event features include door prizes; very limited edition Pearl Jam Collaborative posters and T-shirts from artists The London Police and SIT; first chance to purchase Ziggo Dome event merchandise and items from the Pearl Jam European Tour merchandise line.


WHEN: June 15, 2014 from 170-200 (5pm-8pm)


WHERE: Pazzanistraat 91014 DB Amsterdam


RSVP: http://on.fb.me/1iuxtK3


About Kallenbach Gallery: The gallery - directed by Nanna Kassenaar - operates from an interest and a passion for movements usually labeled as underground, lowbrow and urban art. At the same time, the gallery constantly keeps an eye out for new movements and emerging forms of contemporary art. We aim to introduce the public to these exciting and innovative artists in an open and approachable way.


About SIT: The work of Dutch artist, SIT, is inevitably characterized by a feeling of discomfort: his paintings and sculptures show the moment when beauty loses its raison díÍtre, and presents its darkest side. Behind his figurative images lies a disturbing analysis of our times. SIT demonstrates artificial characters, human beings and animals that remind us of the banality of everyday life, of our obsession with appearance, looks and materialism. These characters are the victims of our visual and fast society, the technology of the visible - here human vanity stands in the way of a truly ethical life.
By using black and white, SIT creates sober and melancholic images, as if man - while endlessly believing in progression - has lost something on the way. But on the other hand, he displays a maximum of effects: the fabrics, textures and costumes look sensual and seductive, the settings are theatrical and grotesque. This ambiguity - between the temptation of beauty and our constant urge to abuse her - is the driving force behind SIT's work.


- Justin Waerts


About The London Police: The London Police started in 1998 when big English geezers headed to Amsterdam to rejuvenate the visually disappointing streets of the drug capital of the world.


The motive was to combine traveling and making art to create an amazing way of life not seen since the days of King Solomon. From 2002 onward, TLP started sending missionaries into all corners of the globe. Known for their iconic LADS characters and precision marking, TLPhave recently celebrated 10 strong years in the art world and their work has graced streetsand galleries in 35 countries during this time.


London policemen have come and gone but founding members are still known to walk the streets of every city in the world spreading love with pens and stickers.


The current duo have managed to form a partnership more cohesive than Han Solo and Chewbacca in Star Wars and are continuing to produce slick artwork that is tighter than abutlers cuff. Never be scared, don't be a hero and let the good times roll.


NOTES:
∑ Poster tubes will not be provided.
∑ While supplies last.
∑ A limited allocation of inventory has been pulled for this Pop-Up Shop.