The London Police & SheOne Exhibition

Who: The London Police & SheOne

When: Opening Thursday 7th of July, 2022, from 7 pm to 10 pm

Until: 5th of August 2022

Where: 2B Art Gallery, Avenida Joan Maragall, 15, 07006 Palma

The London Police boys are joining forces with SheOne for a spectacular exhibition at 2B Art Gallery in Palma.


2B Art Gallery presents the “TLP Reloaded” & [Smoke Signal]” exhibition by The London Police & SheOne, offering the opportunity to see the work of the famous street artists from a unique perspective, bringing new insights into their vision of urban art.

The London Police & SheOne opening card
The London Police & SheOne exhibition

Urban Art contains a variety of visual languages most of which are still unknown to the majority. 2B Art Gallery presents the first collective exhibition this summer which delves into two languages simultaneously, through the works of The London Police and SheOne. July 7, a major exhibition of the trio, composed of The London Police boys and SheOne, opens at the 2B Art Gallery in Palma de Majorca. With more than 25 works on view, this is the most comprehensive exhibition ever produced by these three artists, organized by the 2B Art Gallery. It will be on view until August 5th, 2022. The exhibition is accompanied by a monumental print release of SheOne.

The London Police

Despite the fact their name sounds stern, The London police is an art duo of two great guys with a passion for art and a mission to make this world a prettier place. Through their famous characters called ‘Lads’, Chaz Barrisson and Bob Gibson leave their mark on streets all over the world. Their oeuvre has been challenging the audience for more than two decades now. Each piece is handmade, and the interesting fact is that they don’t use stencils, and they show the good ability to draw perfect lines and circles in almost any dimension, shape, or size.


James Choules aka SheOne is a British street artist famous for his abstract expressive pieces of art. Through his abstract designs, shapes, and patterns, SheOne creates unique monochromatic artworks on walls and canvases. Black color is SheOne’s most important color, as he uses black to highlight the importance of the details in his mesmerizing artworks and lifts them off the surfaces, brilliantly making them even more conspicuous. He has developed his own style characterized by vivid movement and life expressed through an array of contrasting lines, vibrant colors, and signature shapes.