Herrods* is a complex art installation and is in no way trying to ‘pass off’ any brandalism or subvertising of existing corporate entities as itself.
The new exhibition from Jake & Dinos Chapman opened this week at The Serpentine Gallery, the show is called “Come and See”.
The first solo exhibition from Cyclops opens on Friday at The Outsiders on London’s Greek Street.
Opening on 5th December at 6.30pm, the show will give you an insight to the mastery behind SHOK-1s work, delicate spraypaint technique that looks x-ray-like.
Skate Interiors launches it’s first ever furniture exhibition, a showcase of conceptual furniture made from brand new or recycled Skateboards and components, a collaboration of talent and bespoke skateboard art from Barry Kay, Si Skipp and Scott Horsey Walker.
‘Puppy Snatcher’ will be the first exhibition of his new body of work and for an artist who usual presents two dimensional work, this will be another first.
Sweet Toof and Rowdy have a new show that opened last week at See Studio’s space in Hackney Wick.
The London Westbank Gallery are proud to present an exhibition from Mark Bodé and Cheo.
The long awaited show from Candice Tripp and Giles Walker opens to the public on 30th November. Presented by Black Rat Projects, the event is free, but for the opening nights: Thursday November 28th and Friday 29th you can book online as there’s limited capacity.
Mike Ballard’s new show opens on 22nd November at The Residence Gallery in London. In association with Beyond Ultra and The Hackney Snare Drum Awareness Program, Mike has teamed up for his new show “Advertising The Invisible”.