(New York City)- Later this spring the World Trade Center Gallery will host a solo exhibition featuring the latest works of New York’s hottest artist Marko Stout. The show is scheduled to kick off with a hot opening night VIP party on Friday night 06/08/18. Marko Stout is a popular contemporary artist known for his gritty industrial pop style with a focus on New York City and modern urban life.

Marko Stout is renowned for his cutting-edge, aspirational industrial pop style that’s accessible and cool- a signature aesthetic that combines the downtown New York City DNA with a modern, rock-chic edge! Marko Stout’s most recent sold out solo exhibition at New York's famed Artifact Gallery in SoHo brought a huge number of young fans, art dealers and international collectors eager to meet the artist and buy the latest and somewhat controversial works from this pop art master, who many in the artworld are comparing to fellow New York pop artists; Jeff Koons and Andy Warhol.

2018 is already an amazing year for New York's hottest artist! In early March, Marko Stout kicked-off New York's Armory Show week with a solo exhibition and VIP party in SoHo's popular Artifact Gallery attended by thousands of enthusiastic fans and collectors eager to meet the artist, his models and view Marko's latest works! Earlier this year Stout unofficially launched "Urban Tribe", the artist's line of cool, causal urban fashion. The collection will officially launch this September with a VIP runway show during New York's Fashion Week.

World Trade Center Gallery was established in 1981 at 68 Greenwich Street. Collectors Doug Smith and Jane Chun Smith now are the second generation to run the gallery with a focus on the art scene in the Financial District of New York City. The gallery is dedicated to showcasing emerging and established artists from NYC, with an emphasis on the local street art scene. Past exhibitions included shows by Dave Gahan (lead singer of Depeche Mode), Dave Matthew and hip-hop mogul Russel Simmons.


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