Featuring new designs by:
Rob Flowers, Maria Ines Gul, Oliver Hibert, Heresy, Crispin Finn, Tom Newell and Adam Higton.
Opens 15th October from 6-9pm. A séance will be held at 8pm, performed by Fabulous Russella.
Beer from Camden Town Brewery
Kindly supported by Museum of Witchcraft and Magic
Look out for upcoming OUIJA themed events at Everyman Cinema's accross the country.
Now in it’s sixth year Moniker Art Fair has earned a reputation as of one of most exciting contemporary art fairs with its roots embedded in urban culture. Over a period of four days the fair attracts over 12,000+ visitors looking for a powerful selection of art from the growing urban and contemporary art movement, a perfect setting to present Bom.k to the UK market for the first time.
After previous sold out exhibitions in France and the United States, Bom.k will for the first time present a collection of paintings and sketches for the UK market. The exhibition, L'imprevisible Imaginaire, includes a powerful look into the various subjects Bom.k wishes to experiment with as an artist and offers viewers a glimpse into the mysteries behind his unique vision.
The opening reception will take place on Thursday, October 15th at the launch of Moniker Art Fair. Please note this is a ticketed event, to attend RSVP is required.
Opening reception: Thursday, October 15th: 5pm -9:30
Exhibition dates: October 15th to 18th 2015
Venue: Moniker Art Fair 2015
The Truman Brewery, London, United Kingdom
>Very limited Tickets available for the Private View<
RSVP to Tina@myagallery.com to confirm attendance.
You can purchase discounted 50% off tickets to Moniker Art Fair by quoting MONIKER50 at check out. Visit www.monikerartfair.com.
This exhibition is his first London solo show and will be held at The Old Truman Brewery just off Bricklane:
The Old Truman Brewery
Nearest Tube stations are Liverpool St, Aldgate East
Nearest Overground station is Shoreditch High Street
The opening night of the exhibition is on Wednesday 14th October from 6PM until 9.30PM and will continue for the rest of the week:
Wednesday 14th October 2015: 6PM - 9.30PM
Thursday 15th October: 11AM - 9.30PM
Friday 16th October: 11AM - 9.30PM
Saturday 17th October: 11AM - 8PM
Sunday 18th October: 11AM - 8PM
Monday 19th October: 11AM - 7PM
Tuesday 20th October: 11AM - 7PM
Crooks and Castles and the Pop Up Showroom presents Art Heist a group street art exhibition opening on Thursday 29 October in London.The street art show described as 'A heist like no other...'is curated by Sara Farrell and Bablu Miah and will feature works from a long list of artists including:
Mr Cenz, Inkie, VIBES, GENT 48, Newso 48, Lilly Lou, Tizer, David Bray, KAES, Jive, Sterling ldn, Tom Blackford Artist. WeareSkyhigh, Roo, mr.zero, SPZero76, Annatomix, Carne Griffiths Artist, Karis Knight, Oliver Switch, Mr Christa, Tommy Fiendish, Ben Oakley Gallery, Shirley Fallconi Artist and Archie Mac London.
Private View is guest-list only.
RSVP: Email email@example.com to be guaranteed entry.
Pop Up Showroom & Workhaus Corp - The Garden House - 69 Hatton Gardens - Clerkenwell - London - EC1N 8JT
‘Home' is Remi Rough’s first London solo exhibition of new works since 2009 and represents a homecoming for the artist.
Home alludes to London itself. Remi Rough was born in South East London in 1971 and has lived and worked in the city ever since. He is a leading figure within the new movement of urban modernist painters (Graffuturists / Graffuturism) - Remi has adopted the theories and practices of the modern masters that preceded him.
This new body of work explores the relationship of balance, tension and colour with geometric theory. The many formative years spent as a young practitioner of ‘graffiti style writing' have referenced these forward thinking abstractions. The letterforms and wild styles have progressed into a mature language of ‘Suprematism’.
The works are precisely designed geometric compositions that contrast heavily with their organic surfaces such as hand made papers or wood assemblages. They have more in common with the Russian constructivists of the 19th Century as they do the graffiti writers of the 20th Century. The paintings are concerned with mathematical questions of shape, size, relative position of figures and forms, which is fundamental in current human obsession with practical science.
"Remi Rough continues to challenge the boundaries of contemporary painting as he traverses between the collected history of art and todays urban lexicon. Thematically he continues to explore associations between Suprematism concepts, Abstract Expressionism and Graffiti art, which in practice and theory they become ever present. This amalgamation yields a new type of modernist painting, one that reflects his passion for the aforementioned but also his desire re-imagine it all for todays world." - Carlos Mare
Scream Editions, 27-28 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8DH Gallery open Thursday 8th and Friday 9th October, 10am - 8pm Normal opening daily 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday
In natural history, the latin terminology ‘Lusus Naturae’ is used to describe any creature or specimen that defied classification, an animal or a person that is markedly unusual or a freak of nature.
Curated by Butterflyartnews, the show explores notions of anthropomorphism, human fascination with oddities or monstrosities and our fragile relationship with the natural world.
The works on display invite the viewer into a world where fantastical hybrid creatures evolve alongside wonderfully bizarre animal figures. 100TAUR’s mythical monsters are portrayed in a surrealist dark enchanted world with colourful details rich in narrative.
Hisham Echafaki’s paintings play with intricate repetitive patterns found in nature and examine the impact that humankind exerts on its fragile balance. For the first time Hisham Echafaki will also present a series of his three-dimensional paintings. Using a unique technique of resin layering and acrylic paint, the artist meticulously builds layers to create three-dimensional insects in transparent boxes. Oniric butterflies, bees and dragonflies appear to be suspended and preserved in the manner of fragile taxidermy insects.
Exhibition dates : 14 - 16 October
Private View : 14 October 6-10 PM
94 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH
Eine remains one of London's most prolific and original street artists specializing in the central element of all graffiti - the form of letters. Sticking with his iconic style of typography that shot him to fame, this new body of work Your Not My Type* promises to be stunning as ever.
Eines unique style can be seen around the world. Producing huge letters on shop fronts, his bright, colourful work has transformed streets around the world in cities including LA, San Francisco, Mexico City, Miami, Paris, Dublin, Tokyo, Stockholm as well as his home city of London. Through his unique combination of colour, size, and style, Eines words and letters become abstract pieces in their own right.
Eine bold work goes further than the streets however. David Cameron famously gifted Barack Obama a piece on his first trip to Washington as Prime Minister. From single letters to wry statements, Eine has left his mark worldwide. Your Not My Type promises to be another unmissable show from this incredible artist.
*Four letters looked better than five - Ben Eine
09.10.15 - 08.11.15
StolenSpace - 17 Osborn Street - London E1 6TD - UK.
The UNFRAMED Ellis Island project seeks to commemorate the stories of millions of immigrants who entered the United States via Ellis Island. Collecting source materials from the Ellis Island archives, JR created a series of installations that bring to life the chronicles of those coming from all over the world. Through his interventions, the artist envisages the hardships they endured, leaving behind their families, friends and belongings, to start a new life in a world unknown. The resulting series of works that will be presented highlight the enduring spirit of these immigrants whose presence has shaped the modern world.
Coinciding with his exhibition at the gallery, the short film Les Bosquets is set to premiere in London. Inspired by the 2005 riots in the French ghettos, JR reveals his experience within the community of the Bosquets in Montfermeil, where his first art project, Portrait of a Generation, took place. The combination of video archive, choreography and personal testimony takes us to a place where art, social uproar and the power of image collide. JR shows how striving to exist in these ghettos can overcome the precariousness of life and create beauty in the realm of the unexpected.
Lazarides Rathbone, 11 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HR
Private View: 15 October
Exhibition Dates: 16 October – 12 November 2015