This Month

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Saturday | January 19 – February 8 | 6PM-10PM

TEXT “ ARTEVENT “ to 474747 to register for the event


“Bring The Pain” (BTP) is a combat sports-themed art installation featuring the work of DUBELYOO. Keeping in the tradition of his past dynamic shows the BTP opening promises to be not just a display of his latest works, but a unique and interactive cultural experience for the audience. With the concept of confronting fear as a backdrop, Dubelyoo transforms Gallery Seven into a boxing gym to showcase some of the paintings and collages from his "Bring The Pain" art series. Expect an authentic thematic show including an official IBF Heavyweight Championship belt, rare memorabilia, classic boxing decor, video installations, all set to a soundtrack spun by a prominent DJ.

Dubelyoo is a renowned artist and curator known for his depictions of urban life and hip-hop culture. His distinctive work has been featured in Vibe and The Huffington Post as well as commissioned by The Atlanta Hawks, Converse, and Pepsi. He is also the co-founder of Art, Beats + Lyrics one of the country’s largest traveling urban art exhibitions. For 11 years the tour has pulled crowds in the thousands at each stop featuring both established and up-and-coming artists alongside music luminaries.

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BRING THE PAIN | January 19 – February 14, 2019 | Gallery Seven by Brenda Joyce is pleased to announce the opening of BRING THE PAIN, a new collection by DUBELYOO, an Atlanta local whose artwork is featured around the world. BRING THE PAIN uses boxing and combat sports as a vehicle to explore the full-on confrontation of fear.January 19 – February 14, 2019 | Gallery Seven by Brenda Joyce is pleased to announce the opening of BRING THE PAIN, a new collection by DUBELYOO, an Atlanta local whose artwork is featured around the world. BRING THE PAIN uses boxing and combat sports as a vehicle to explore the full-on confrontation of fear.

“Bring The Pain” (BTP) is a combat sports-themed art installation featuring the work of DUBELYOO. Keeping in the tradition of his past dynamic shows the BTP opening promises to be not just a display of his latest works, but a unique and interactive cultural experience for the audience. With the concept of confronting fear as a backdrop, Dubelyoo transforms Gallery Seven into a boxing gym to showcase some of the paintings and collages from his "Bring The Pain" art series. Expect an authentic thematic show including an official IBF Heavyweight Championship belt, rare memorabilia, classic boxing decor, video installations, all set to a soundtrack spun by a prominent DJ. Dubelyoo is a renowned artist and curator known for his depictions of urban life and hip-hop culture. His distinctive work has been featured in Vibe and The Huffington Post as well as commissioned by The Atlanta Hawks, Converse, and Pepsi. He is also the co-founder of Art, Beats + Lyrics one of the country’s largest traveling urban art exhibitions. For 11 years the tour has pulled crowds in the thousands at each stop featuring both established and up-and-coming artists alongside music luminaries.


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There is something inside of people who fight that despite the potential risk of bodily harm they continue to step in the ring, in the cage or on the mat