Archive for July, 2011

‘HATS OFF’ ON NOW @ THE ONE IN HONG KONG

July 27, 2011

For those living or lucky enough to be holiday in Hong Kong.

For those who aren’t  here is a taster of this extraordinary collection of hand finished baseball caps.

 HATS OFF SLIDESHOW

For more information visit http://www.evolutionholdingskk.com/

ASBESTOS CURTAIN – 28 July to 26 August

July 26, 2011

Gallery Launch & Inaugural Exhibition

If you’re out and about in North London on Thursday why not pop in to help celebrate the inaugural show of Galleries Goldstein at Goodhood.

Asbestos Curtain – A new phase in Comic Abstraction

Featuring artists Edwin Burdis, Marten Daamgard, Horfe, Husk Mit Navn, Alec Kronacker, Robert Logan, Russell Maurice, Mark Mulroney, Andro Semeiko, Ken Sortais , Daniel Sparkes and Willem Weismann.

Opening Night: July 28th, 6 – 9pm 

Show closes Aug 26th, Opening times: Thu – Sat, 12 – 6.30pm

20 Coronet Street, London, N1 6HD

Drinks by Absolut.

SEE NO EVIL AUGUST 2011 – BRISTOL

July 19, 2011

BIG plans for Nelson Street in Bristol city centre have now been publicly revealed. 

Over 30 UK and international artists will be in town from the 14th to the 21st August busy transforming the dingy streets’ grey concrete buildings into something spectacular.  Some of these buildings are in access of 50ft tall so there are going to be some HUGELY impressive murals on show, in fact quite possibly some of the largest in the world.

Organisers, including Bristolian graffti artist Inkie aka Tom Bingle, hope that  – See No Evil – will be the biggest local  art event since Banksy took over the Museum of Bristol in 2009 giving the city a massive boost.

Inkie aka Tom Bingle

 
 
The road will be closed for the weekend of the 20th & 21st August for a street party, with local traders opening street stalls, music and pop up bars on the ground floors of some of the vacant properties.  There will also be workshops so people can learn more about the art form. 
 
Nelson Street has capacity for up to 5,000 people at any one time, but if there are more than that then the other access points at Christmas Street and Broad Street will be closed off.  Visitors would be let in at the Colston Avenue end of Nelson Street, and leave at Union Street. 

Nelson Street Art Map

Participating international artists include El Mac (LA), Smug (Australia), Tats Cru (NY), Swanski (Poland), Wow 123 (Germany), Neils ‘Shoe’ Meulman )Holland),  Mr. Wany (Italy), Revert (France), Kashink (France) & Otto Schnade, (Chile) and of course there will also be many of your favourite UK artists including Inkie, Nick Walker, Kid Acne, Mr Jago, Soker, Xenz, Paris & Cheo to name but a few.

Make sure you’re there and witness history being made!

For more details and the full story on this amazing project visit http://bristolpolitics.wordpress.com/2011/07/12/bristol-street-to-be-transformed-into-europes-biggest-street-art-project/

‘GREAT BIRDS OF THE BRITISH ISLES’ SUMMER EXHIBITION – 16th to 24th July

July 12, 2011

The Birds are back for their summer exhibition.  If you have have been to a Great Birds show in the past  you’ll know what a treat there is in store, if not you need to go check out what you’ve been missing.

The birds have been working exceptionally hard over the last few months to bring you, fresh and exciting new work and we really do think that this will be the biggest and best show yet, so go show the birds some love.

 PRIVATE VIEW FRIDAY 15th JULY 7pm TILL LATE at

 The Upper gallery,

The Island,

Bridewell St,

Bristol, BS1 2LE.

The exhibition will then run from 16th – 24th July

12-7pm daily

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Great Birds of the British Isles are four female artists,

Milk, K148, Dora and Amour currently living and working in Bristol, England.

They bring site-specific beautification, to exhibition spaces and disused shops, the diamonds in the rough.


The collective formed in 2009.  Working closely together incorporating their visuals and individual styles,

whilst all concentrating on their own creations – their delusions of grandeur, in the feathered revolution.

The birds combine paintings, prints and photography, with their use of colour, form and essence, allowing the viewer to find each space unique.  

Spreading their wings, dropping their liquid styles onto the walls and floors. Decorating, and simplifying, all in one stroke.

 ‘a rebel dove declares its love’


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