‘ReBound’ Art Auction

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‘Pathfinding’ Exhibiton by Oliver Dickens

Pathfinding by Oliver Dickens CLOSING PARTY

If you havent been to see this exhibtion yet, you are missing out. Come one come all to the final day of this fantastic exhibtion. “The illustrations are infinitessimally detailed and some reminiscent of those beautiful Victorian botanic illustrations but with added bizarrity. Others are more humourous with a anthropological study of a unique world … Continue reading

Guggi exhibits at John Rocha store on Dover Street

To coincide with the upcoming Frieze Art Fair being held from 14th-17th October, the renowned Irish artist Guggi has taken over the John Rocha flagship store on Dover Street to showcase his 15 new works. The combination of Guggi’s muted work, which is displayed over 3 floors, contrasted amongst the divergent intricate John Rocha designs, provides … Continue reading

NOWHERE NEAR Work

Amy Scrimshire Andrew Demetry http://www.demetrymowbray.com http://www.whatisaboytodo.blogspot.com Annie Wighton email: a.wighton@btinternet.com Barry Andrews http://www.barryandrews.co.uk Billy Bryne http://www.billybyrne.co.uk Chris Mowbray http://www.demetrymowbray.com Emma Oakman email: emmaoakman23@hotmail.co.uk Joanna Tidey http://www.joannarosetidey.co.uk Josh Jeasvons email: joshjeavons@live.co.uk Lucy Tomlins http://www.lucytomlins.co.uk Mark Priestly Michelle Kirk http://shellsuitshelly.wordpress.com/ Oliver Dickens Paula Smolarska email: paula.smolarska@gmail.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/37498995@N02/ Rosie Chamberlin email:chamberlinros@aol.com

Eddie Blake

Blake’s work examines post wall Berlin, where history has rendered contemporary culture stuck or consumed by it self. His prints are generated by an image of a modern Berliner modeling a GDR uniform, part of a contemporary trend of ‘ostalgia’ nostalgia for the east. The image prized from its historical context conceals an unhistorical traumatic … Continue reading

Lydia Corry

Lydia Corry’s work investigates the decorative function of pattern with particular interest in the gendered nature of this relationship. A connection is made between the female body as decoration and patterns as communication systems. The represented female is considered as template, never portraiture, instead the staging of the body is an idea or experiment. Corry’s … Continue reading

Exhibition by Rafael Kowalczy

April 23rd/10