Thursday, February 18, 2010

Art Shows February 18th Onwards

19th February - 6th March 2010, Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 6pm
Signal Gallery, in association for the first time with Campbarbossa are delighted to invite you to the private view for 'Case' aka Andreas Von Chrzanowski. Case is as well known for his street work, with the Maclaim crew as he is for his gallery work. This will be his first solo show in London, having shown successfully across Europe and recently in Los Angeles.

The show is called 'Never Odd or Even' and is based on the already fantastical imagery of 'Alice Through The Looking Glass'. Case has added his own special brand of twisted logic to the scenes.
Signal Gallery, 96a Curtain Road, Hoxton, London, EC2A 3AA

Opening preview 19th Feb, 6-10pm at the WoC Gallery. Drinks provided

Weapon of Choice Gallery presents Dirty Laundry, an exhibition of recent artwork by Mick Hockney. His work is a response to a year of rolling news, from politics to climate change, from corporate stupidity to prejudice. Instead of hurling a brick at the TV, he aims his brush at a range of targets, attacking hubris with humour. He has developed a direct graphic style that makes use of hand cut stencils, flat colour and freehand painting. Mick airs his Dirty Laundry in public from 19th February at WOC.
WOC Gallery
14 St Michael's Hill

London Miles Gallery is proud to host the premiere U.K screening of the award winning contemporary art documentary, New Brow – The rise of Underground Art, a feature film presented by Humble Pictures in association with The Shooting Gallery from San Francisco, California. The documentary features some of today’s most influential and groundbreaking artists from the New Contemporary art movement, such as Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Silvia Ji, Gary Baseman, Shag and many more, who speak openly and enlighteningly about the growing underground art movement and its origins. The documentary not only features firsthand accounts from an impressive list of pioneering artists, but also showcases the important galleries and collectors who adopted, and continue to drive, the new American contemporary art movement today.

London Miles Screening Dates:

Saturday. Feb. 20th. 2010 at 4pm

Saturday. Feb. 27th. 2010 at 2pm and 5:30pm

Tickets: £8.00 - To reserve your tickets email:

Screening Location:

Westbourne Studios. Project Room. 242 Acklam Road. W10 5JJ. London. (Tube: Westbourne Park station)

Blackall Studios, 73a Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS
Sunday 21st February 2010

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