Curated and designed by award winning children’s book illustrator Frann Preston-Gannon and John Phillips at londonprintstudio, the show is inspired by beautiful illustrations from 15 younger generation artists. The show features work by leading children's book illustrators - Alex Barrow, Michael Bartalos, Floyd Cooper, Philippe Coudray, Benji Davies, Yasmeen Ishmail, Talleen Hacikyan, Ohara Hale, Emily Hughes, John and Jana, Maggie Li , Julie Morstad, Ben Newman, Rachel Ortas, Frann Preston-Gannon, and Priya Sundram.
The exhibition is suitable for all children up to the age of 11, and for anyone interested in contemporary illustration.
Opening Party: Thursday 13th November, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Exhibition runs: Friday 14th November until Saturday 31st January 2015
Admission free, Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am - 5.30pm
Closed 22nd December 2014 – 5th January 2015
London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, London, W10 4RE
Image:- Sloth by Frann Preston-Gannon
London artist RONZO has just announced this latest collaboration which saw him designing the characters for the one and only - the legendary: Dr.Dre himself!
Ronzo developed, sketched, drew and designed this funky little audio characters. These 'funsters with attitude' can now be seen on posters, animations and music videos across all media channels around the globe (worldwide and they have also been made into toys! Booom! Check the video below.
Back in February this year Spraying Bricks had the privilege of meeting two crazy Cali dudes...Rabi and Davey, aka Doug and Doug from art collective CYRCLE. Having just come fresh from PowWow Hawaii it was no surprise that the British weather was a shock to the system. This particular piece was painted over the course of 5 days and nights to mark the launch of their recent show OVERTHRONE, at Stolen Space Gallery early on in the year. The image depicts the statue 'Rape of Polyxena' by Pio Fedi.
CYRLCE take oppressive imagery to create hope and inspiration. Revealing complex ideologies in their simple forms, CYRCLE are combining the aesthetic of classic romanticism with alchemical symbolism. They strive to highlighting dark areas of society and playfully exposing those grey areas of life.
'WE...NEVER...DIE!' - CYRCLE
The exhibition runs from 10th October 2014 to 13th November 2014
Gallery : Tuesday–Saturday 11am–7pm. Admission is free
Lazarides Rathbone First Floor 11 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1HR
Moniker Projects is proud to present ‘Aqua Regalia,’ a London solo exhibition with internationally acclaimed contemporary artist, Faith47.
Aqua Regalia or ‘royal water’ is the alchemical name for a highly corrosive mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acid that transmogrifies, dissolves and changes the most powerful substance – gold.
In Aqua Regalia, the artist embeds found and created objects in an enshrined space and thus, in a manner of the reliquary, pays homage to the sacramental within the ordinary. Torn up begging cards, betting sheets, discarded eviction notices suggest the fall-out of a lost struggle, while visions of supplicants insist upon the power of faith. Eclectic in its mash-up of art as fetish and art as rebooted trash object, it reprises the core question which drives the artist at odds with the cynical neo-liberal force at work today. Such affinities and discordances between hope, yearning and faith seek to restore value and re-inscribe new meaning to the rejected, discarded, the lost or the overlooked.
Along with these found objects are pictorial representations of incarnated divinity: animals, sacred geometry and other symbols. The question is – does the experience attest to the power of things over and above the human apprehension of them, or if the experience compels us to reconsider the object as indivisibly connected to the divine? If the viewer remains unclear it is because this exhibition arrives at a point in history in which it has become impossible to decipher a future, interpret history, let alone grasp the present.
By combining found objects and art-incarnate thoughts, Aqua Regalia presents an immersive experience as much as a viewing. In this sacred space, Faith47 asks us to reconsider, and feel the hidden embattled role of the spirit in a secular realm.
Opening Reception: 9th October 2014 / 6pm to 9pm
Exhibition on display: 10th – 19th October 2014 / 11am to 7pm daily
Exhibition open until 9pm on the 16th and 18th of October to celebrate Moniker Art Fair 2014.
Gallery Location: Shop 12, Dray Walk, 91 Brick Ln, London E1 6QL
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