Thursday, March 04, 2010

Art Shows March 4th Onwards

Forman's Smokehouse Gallery is a brand new art project space and factory designed by Ukraine based architect, Phil Hudson, overlooking the London 2012 Olympic Park and has been founded to provide artists with a high profile platform from which to introduce their work to new audiences.
For more information please contact William Chamberlain.
tel: +44 (0) 7947 175 283

Originally from Somerset and now residing in London, Cat has produced commissioned work for Levi’s, Vice, Virgin Airways, The Financial Times, Fenchurch and Addict. Recent Group shows include “Silver and Black”, The Archipelago Works, Sheffield, 2010, “Urban Art”, Selfridges, London, 2009 “Bara Volante”, The Prescription Gallery, Brighton, 2009 and “Scrawl Collective” at No Borders Contemporary Art, Hong Kong, 2009. Her Concrete Hermit show will be her debut solo show.

4th - 20th March 2010
Private View is tonight, 6-9pm

Concrete Hermit | 5a Club Row | London | E1 6JX

Painting by- Vesna Parchet

Help the people of Bhopal who are still suffering the effects of the World’s worst industrial disaster- the chemical gas leak of December 1984- and are now being slowly poisoned by the toxic waste that was never cleaned up… This is ‘Bhopal’s Second Disaster’.

Right Now:
We are preparing for our London ‘Skullduggerous’ group show at the PURE EVIL GALLERY, 4th-13th March. All sale proceeds go to The Bhopal Medical Appeal see

Miss Houtkamp's Bona Drag 3 day pop-up show at Nelly Duff. Join us for a drink at 6 pm on Thursday to celebrate.

Miss Houtkamp will be in attendance and will be signing her second book Tattoo Mystique between 8 - 9 pm.

Please RSVP:
nelly duff
156 columbia road
london e2 7rg

London Miles Gallery is proud to present the first European solo show from acclaimed international comic book artist, painter, illustrator, and computer game designer Scott Campbell, aka Scott C. Showcasing more than 100 new original watercolour paintings, ‘Everybody, all the time’ delves deeper than ever before into the American’s mischievous and curious imagination to reveal the artist at his idiosyncratic and playful best. Through a multitude of storyboards and illustrated narratives, Campbell renders his escapist daydreams in the form of often-humorous and light-hearted scenarios featuring intriguing and otherworldly creatures. With one of the Comic Art scene’s leading lights presenting an entirely new body of work, ‘Everybody, all the time’ promises to be an exhibition of high entertainment for Comic Book aficionados, followers, and fans of Pop Surrealism alike.

Opening Reception: Thursday. March 4th. 2010. London Miles welcomes you to join us in east London for the opening reception of ‘Everybody, all the time’ and an evening with the artist Scott C.

Exhibition Location: 47 Mowlem Street (Off Vyner street) East London. E29 DR

‘Original Cultures – The Showcase’ at Corbet Place, March 5 2010
Original Cultures London 2010 will close with ‘The Showcase’. As with our first show in Bologna last year, this will feature an exclusive one-hour performance from our seven artists: the musicians Om Unit (UK), Tatsuki (JP), and Tayone (IT) alongside visual artists Ericailcane (IT), DEM (IT), Will Barras (UK) and Hiraki Sawa (JP).
Venue: Corbet Place
Entry: FREE
Timetable: 6-8pm – Warm up with Original Cultures DJs / 8-9pm – The Showcase / 9-11pm – afterparty with Tayone, Om Unit and Original Cultures DJs

Austin Gallery and Benny's Bar
119A Bethnal Green Road
London E2 7DG

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