Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Art Shows Thursday 13th August & More

Private View
Thursday 13th August 6-9pm
'Pygmalion' by San
13th August - 23rd August

Stolenspace Gallery
Dray Walk
Truman Brewery
Brick Lane

'The Sentiment of Love'
Erotic photography by the celebrated Alva Bernadine in collaboration with Tamara Seabrook. This promises to be an exiting show that should keep this summer sizzling which Bernadine’s hyper-real highly coloured images contrasting Seabrook’s classic black and whites. August 13th until August 31st.
(Please note that this show is strictly over 18’s and is a no alcohol event)
The Art Lounge
41-43 Redchurch Street
E2 7DJ

Aug 13th 6-9pm
Take a trip inside the dark mind of Pure Evil . A kaleidoscopic journey through his psyche-delic headspace where images collide to create an eclectic world of original artworks with a dark gallows humour . The show also incudes a live soundtrack of experimental music amplified on an unique hand crafted valve sound system. 6 months ago a fully equipped music studio was set up in the basement and this will be the first performance of music created by Pure Evil in collaboration with Prehistoric Man.

You have been promised :

1. American Landscape Paintings .
2. Images of Lost innocence .
3. Trippy Art downstairs in the basement .
4. Very Loud music played on a big wooden soundsystem .
5. Beer and Jolly Japes .

Pure Evil Gallery,
108 Leonard st,
London EC2A 4RH

To mark the release of the book, a launch party is planned on the 14th August at the Rarekind Gallery, 6pm -10pm. The exhibition will feature spreads from the book, photographs and a selection of work from some of the featured artists.
Rarekind Gallery
49a Bethnal Green Road
August 14 - 19th

Daddison Show In Bristol
Friday 14th August 6-9pm
1-2 Perry Road

1 comment:

Eyefeelsick said...

If you have any respect for real art, I urge you not to go to the pure evil exhibition, his work is an insult to serious and aspiring artists alike as his work is amongst the most lazy and thoughtless I have ever seen. making original illustration is art, reselling it is not.

I mean, who takes a holiday to Japan, buys old traditional prints, ruins them by stenciling lame slogans on them and puts an extortionate price tags of his own.
Oh yeah, well done, you created a child's drawing of a bunny rabbit and made it your logo, painted it a few times around shoreditch and think you're graff/street art. It's wank like this that make me ashamed to associate myself with artwork of this genre.


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