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Diary date: Harry Pye at Sartorial Art

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Harry Pye’s ‘Getting Better’ exhibition will take to the stage at Sartorial Art from March 25-April 18. The private view is on March 24 (tomorrow – Tuesday).

More info after the jump and for even more visit Sartorial Art.

Getting Better’ is Harry Pye’s 2nd solo show at Sartorial. More than two years in the making, this is the biggest selection of his work to date. Harry Pye: “The show is called Getting Better because getting better is what I’m interested in doing. I know some people like to think that the best art was made by tortured souls but sometimes happy people make great paintings too.

I have been lucky enough to collaborate with artists such as Hannah Armstrong, Billy Childish, Marcus Cope, Luke Gottellier, Kes Richardson, Rowland Smith, and Geraldine Swayne. I think this show contains the best paintings I’ve ever had a hand in making. It’s a positive exhibition and it’s irony free. So why not come along, forget your troubles and get happy with me.”

The Private View of ‘Getting Better’ co-incides with the launch of issue 5 of Sartorial’s in house publication, ‘The Rebel’ magazine. The new issue has been designed by Harry Pye with help from Keith Sargent of Immprint. It features a revealing interview about art and religion with Billy Childish and Geraldine Swayne, as well as photography by Mat Humphrey and Charlie Dutton, new artwork by Gretta Sarfaty Marchant, and a new story by John Moseley.

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