Roland Henry

New York / USA

A correspondent of Very Nearly Almost magazine and a chameleon of the international art scene, Roland Henry came across street art via his hometown Bristol’s vibrant graffiti culture. Through his love for music and by working in multiple event venues across the city, he developed a solid background in management and event production, which eventually let him to producing art shows himself, bringing together DJs and street artists. Henry worked as the leading curator for URBAN NATION on the M/5 Project. […]

Biography / Roland Henry

A correspondent of Very Nearly Almost magazine and a chameleon of the international art scene, Roland Henry came across street art via his hometown Bristol’s vibrant graffiti culture. Through his love for music and by working in multiple event venues across the city, he developed a solid background in management and event production, which eventually let him to producing art shows himself, bringing together DJs and street artists. Henry worked as the leading curator for URBAN NATION on the M/5 Project.

After Henry, who studied English and Sociology in his hometown, had started his own writing projects and magazine. He moved to London and was immediately picked up to work as a Project Manager for Sony’s PlayStation PS3 pop-up brand space, 3ROOMS. Expanding his network, he then transferred to Sydney to continue to work on artist PR and representation. A short lived career in acting was side-lined in pursuit of his passion for literature and street art, which eventually let him to move to New York to write for VNA Magazine.

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