Last week we had a peek in at the ROA private view off Brick Lane. ROA is a Belgian street artist, and having seen much of his work on the walls around East London, it was really interesting to see his work translated in to a gallery show. His work – usually seen on abandoned warehouse walls or run-down areas of cities – consists of huge, highly detailed monochromatic paintings of animals. The show did not disappoint. He had a large wall piece within the gallery, but our favourites were the wooden assemblages with doors. As a door is opened, a different view of the painted creature is revealed, perhaps a skeleton or some other biological diagram. The whole show was skilfully put together and highly recommended. On until 6th May at StolenSpace – click here for more details.