Thursday, October 29, 2009

Art Shows Thursday 29th October

Conor Harrington
Featuring Conor Harrington
30th October 2009 - 26th November 2009
Lazarides Gallery hosts 'Headless Heroes' by Conor Harrington. Conor's last solo show in 2008 was a bold and beautiful visual feast and 'Headless Heroes' promises much more.

Continuing his exploration into masculinity and power, Conor's new paintings and drawings combine historical re-enactment, F1 pit-stops, text and glamour models. Conor's aim is to have the visual aesthetic of his paintings reflect the visual culture we live in.
Since he was a teenager painting on the streets of Cork, Conor has always tread a fine line between 'street art' and 'fine art', never aligning himself with a particular movement or aesthetic but instead pushing forward with his own unique representations of the world around him, creating works that are striking yet accessible.

The show is open Monday-Friday 11-7pm and Saturday 12-5pm.

11 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1HR


On Thursday 29th October
From 6 - 9PM

At The Urban Angel Gallery
41/43 Redchurch Street
London, E2 7DJ

What would happen if the infamous Pendle Witches - hung in 1612 for crimes of witchcraft - came back?

UK-based illustrator Sarah Coleman (aka Inkymole) teams up with New York photographer
Anthony Saint James, willow artist Tom Hare and writer Ed Garland to present an intriguing and deliciously dark take on the witchhunts of the 1600s.

Unsettling photography, twisted shadowy figures and expressive type-led illustration
combine in response to the wicked and uneasy ‘confessions’ of the modern-day witches.

Thursday October 29th, 6.30pm
Numbers at the venue are limited,
please 'RSVP' to

214 Brick Lane,
London E1 6SA

31 October - 12 December 2009
Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 5.00pm

Elms Lesters has been invited to curate an exhibition at the acclaimed Atkinson Gallery at Millfield School, Street, Somerset.

'NATURAL SELECTION' will be a non selling exhibition including works by Adam Neate, Jose Parla, Phil Frost, Boris Tellegen (DELTA), Anthony Lister, James Marshall (DALEK), Futura, Mark Dean Veca, Ron English, Stash, WK Interact, Snug and Andrew McAttee.

The exhibition opens on Saturday 31st October, but there will be a private reception between 7 - 9pm on Monday 2nd November.

Exhibition continues until 12th December 2009

Atkinson Gallery
BA16 0YD

For those of you in London and into street art you are sure to have seen Un-plugged's plug socket stickers and paste ups across the city in the most unlikely of locations.

Tomorrow the 27th October sees the opening of a solo exhibition from un-plugged entitled "SHOCKIN' BEHAVIOUR" the loss of power that humanity may one day face.

The exhibition runs from the 27th October until the 8th November.

The Foundry | 86 Great Eastern Street | London | EC2A 3JL
Old Street tube (exit3)

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