Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Jonny Fu has been invited by London Design Festival and Nissan to participate at the East meets West Exhibition at Nissan Design Centre Europe. The event feature different artis and designer bridging the distance between easter and western culture. Jonny Fu is pulling a few old and new tricks out of the sleeves. The installation also incl. a costumized life size Jonny Fu vehicle...
Nissan Design Europe
181 Harrow Rd
London W2 6NB
23rd - 25th October 2009
Open daily from 1am -6pm
Nearest Tube: Paddington Station
Heavy Artillery and its extended family are invading from all over Europe to transform the entire gallery. This means Aroe, Insa, Gary, Roid, Giroe, Twesh, Storm, Mr Wany, Gebes and Nylon.
Prescription Art Gallery
115 Church Street
Green Day Presents: 'The Art of Rock' Curated By Logan Hicks
23.10.09 - 01.11.09
In November 2008 the seed for the Green Day Art Project was planted. The concept was to choose eighteen international artists to informally collaborate with GreenDay. Each artist would receive lyrics to one of the songs from the soon to be released 21st Century Breakdown.Then they would produce a piece of art that was influenced, or inspired by the lyrics of the song. Although the artists had the lyrics, they did not have the music that accompanied the words.The results from that collaboration are presented in this show.
M-CITY // MARIUSZ WARAS-MEGGS-PEAT WOLLAEGER-PISA73-RON ENGLISH-SADHU-SIXTEN-THE LONDON POLICE-WILL BARRAS-ADAM (5100) FEIBELMAN-BROKEN CROW-C215 // CHRISTIAN GUÉMY-CHRIS STAIN-COMPONENT-DABS // MYLA-EELUS-JEREMIAH GARCIA-LOGAN HICKS-LUCAMALEONTE
Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL
New Works from Holly Thoburn & Peter Michael
22 October – 19 November 2009
Opening Reception: Thursday 22 October 6-8pm
Sesame Gallery, Upper Street, N1 0PD
Campbarbossa in association with the Sesame Gallery is pleased to announce Metropolis, an exhibition exploring London in the Facebook era - a time of virtual relationships and neglected physical environments - portrayed through the work of two artists: Peter Michael and Holly Thoburn.
Bringing these two painters together, Metropolis tells the story of how our fascination with virtual life has an inevitable impact of our physical world and relationships, and of the strange, alienating, and yet somehow character-building effects this has on its people.