“I fell in love with a video nasty”
PAM GLEW SOLO SHOW MAY 2008
The Fair Trade Gallery, Brighton’s truly independent creative space is proud to present the powerful iconic work of Pam Glew, one of the cities most exciting and innovative artistic talents.
Working directly on vintage fabric and American flags and inspired by her love of obscure horror movies, she pays with our notion of paranoia, attraction and the ‘American Dream’.
Expect to see portraits of actresses in horror films made by dying and bleaching vintage national flags, alongside stitched text based work made with gold thread. Her popular ‘fear’ series on pages of horror books will be on display, which were recently shown in an International Street Art show in Hollywood, Los Angeles.
The exhibition runs every weekend in May.
Further info is available at www.pamglew.co.uk
“I fell in love with a video nasty” Pam Glew solo show
Fair trade Gallery
26 Montague Place, Kemp Town,
Mob: 07990 511 576
2 – 25 May Open Friday, Saturday & Sundays (2-4th, 9-10th, 16-18th, 23-25th)