Dublin-based street artist Solus’ latest exhibition, What Was In My Head, at 212 Arts Gallery in New York city on Thursday, June 6

The Solus solo exhibition, running for two weeks, will include 15 paintings and a new print edition on display and available to purchase.

Solus is also told IrishCentral he’s currently painting a mural outside the Ridge Hotel, on E Houston St.

You never, ever go down without a fight is the credo of Solus, the Dublin-based street artist who has left an indelible mark in Brooklyn through his work with the barnstorming Bushwick Collective.

Originally known for his large outdoor murals, Solus has also become a gallery artist, producing works on canvas and limited edition prints. His work centers on the themes of conquering inner demons and life's challenges.

Solus' first solo exhibition (Mis Spent Youth) was in the Culture Box in Temple Bar, Dublin, in 2011, leading to many a sell-out show in Ireland and abroad. Solus currently works with galleries in New York, Miami, Montreal, Australia, and Dublin.

For more information visit www.solusstreetart.com  or www.212arts.com.

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Dublin-based street artist Solus’ latest exhibition, What Was In My Head, at 212 Arts Gallery in New York city on Thursday, June 6.