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Klara KristalovaWhere the owls spend their days
Alison Jacques Gallery, London
February 27 – April 11, 2009

Czech-born artist klara kristalova now lives and works in sweden. Her recently opened exhibit at Alison Jacques Gallery is her first solo london show.

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La Boca are very pleased to announce their first solo exhibition at The Lazy Dog Gallery in Paris, in association with BKRW and G-Shock.

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A new show by Brad Downey, heading to London this week.

“An Honest Thief”
— Brad Downey
29th Jan – 8th Feb
Stolen Space
The Dray Walk Gallery
London

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Lust For Love is the first solo exhibition by Pomme Chan, a Thai born, London based illustrator. A celebration of love’s subjectivity, the show embraces the challenge of interpreting this most complex of emotions through visual media.” Nice!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009
6:30pm – 10:00pm
Coningsby Gallery
30 Tottenham Street W1T 4RJ

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Friday Feb 6th. 6-10pm
Show runs till 6th march.

Electric Blue gallery

64 Middlesex st
London E1 7EZ
020 7247 5370

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Back in late ’08 British graphic designers were asked to express their relationship with Tokyo in the form of a poster. The results formed an exhibition ‘How Very Tokyo’ curated by Studio Kanna. The prints are now available to buy from the Open Library shop. Bibliothéque, Spin, North and Browns amongst others contributed. Photos from the printers and exhibition can be seen at their Flickr set here. Via GC.

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Each year, for the past three years, design studio HudsonBec has invited contemporary image makers to respond to the question – ‘If you could do anything tomorrow, what would it be?’ The latest responses to this question can be seen in this catalogue and on the walls of the exhibition at Kemistry Gallery, celebrating the completion of the project.

I didnt make the opening, as intended but I did manage to pop in on Friday. The original piece by Ian Wright, depicting the face of John Lennon in pins ( Pictured—sorry about the quality ) is pretty damn amazing, defo worth popping in if you are around that area.

CHECK OUT:
– Catalogue
– Exhibition Images
– 2 Originals

Cold War Modern is the first exhibition to explore international developments in modern art, design, architecture and film in the context of the Cold War.

I’m a big fan of Mike Giant. You can See why he got the name “Giant” and how he’s kept pushing his art form limitations, as he talks about his tattooing and his new solo show at White Walls.

21.10.2008 – 26.11.2008
nuuanu gallery

“Liminal aims to communicate the sense we all often feel of being on the indistinct edge of greater understanding through an allegorically layered visual vocabulary Rose developed while he hiked distant deserts and dense rainforests and surfed lonely coasts and crowded breaks. Rose’s subject matter of oceans, shores, clouds, and rain are relative to his water-based materials including gouache, acrylic, and water-color inasmuch as the content is manifested by itself to talk about itself: the subject of water is rendered in water-based media and manipulated to look beautifully fluid, wet, submerged, and misty.”

‘If You Could’ will be holding a month long exhibition at Kemistry Gallery in London where they will also be releasing thier third publication – a pack of all 24 prints in the show.

Included are some of the biggest names in the illustration and design world; Kam Tang, Genevieve Gauckler, Anthony Burrill, Kate Gibb, Ian Wright, Rob Ryan and Kate Moross to name only a few.

Private View
December 1st 2008, 6.30 — 9.30pm
Open for press from 12 midday

Please rsvp to rsvp@ifyoucould.co.uk

Subsequent exhibition runs from December 2nd – 31st 2008
Kemistry Gallery

Exhibition open daily 11am – 6pm
15 — 19 Oct
Truman Brewery
London

Artists include Stuart Semple, Ju$t Another Rich Kid, Miss Bugs, Pure Evil, Hush, Wang Jie, Rob Carter, Josie McCoy, Justine Smith, Will Tuck and Dave White.

Over the past four years Kemistry in London has carved out a smart niche for itself as the only UK gallery dedicated to the art of graphic design. To celebrate the milestone they’ve called on eleven previous exhibitors to create a series of special pieces for a retrospective – from hand-drawn typography and one-off collages to lightboxes and limited print editions – now on show at the small but inspired East End studio.

WIWP Presents “Now Showing”
Exploring the Lost “Art” of the Film Poster.

COSH Gallery
Soho, London
Runs 30th May to 12th June

PV: Thursday 29th May
6.30pm—9.30pm

40+ Creatives were given the task of creating their own interpretation of a Cult, Classic or Obscure film poster from the past, whether it be a literal or abstract solution. The result is Now Showing, an Art exhibition paying homage to more than 70 years of film, through the form of Prints, One Off Screen Prints and Sculptures.

Artists who’s work will be on display include: Mr Ian Wright, Hellovon, Non Format, Corey Holms, Grandpeople, Marian Bantjes, Tomer Hanuka, Pure Evil, James Joyce, Michael Gillette and Many More.

The San Francisco art collective of Upper Playground and FIFTY24SF are set to invade Los Angeles later this month. Four retail spaces will open up on Downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row, each with their own distinct theme and range of products. Upper Playground’s talented twosome of Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol will be among the artists displaying works which include Usugrow, Sam Flores, Jeremy Fish, David Choe, Herbert Baglione, San, Retna, Saber, Alex Pardee, Ron English, Doze Green, Slick, Armsrock and David Ellis.

Saturday, May 31, 2008
Time: 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
125 E. 6th Street (between S. Main St. and S. Los Angeles St.)

Downtown Los Angeles, California

A double bill show this week, Rock N Roll Psychedelic Circus paintings from SOOZY LIPSEY and new off-the-street art from Athens’ finest : THE KRAH : Hitting the streets of London and the PURE EVIL GALLERY. The biggest and best show so far, apparently.

Opens May 22 at 6pm
PURE EVIL GALLERY
108 Leonard Street
Shoreditch
London
EC2A 4RH

The amazingly subversive Banksy is showing at the “LOVE ART” exhibition, Hong Kong. If only I hadn’t lent out my private jet, I’d be there in a heartbeat!!

I’m a big fan of James’s work, so I am pleased to hear he has just organised his first solo gallery exhibition called “Drawings and Other Objects”, showcasing a selection of his personal and commissioned pieces, past and present.

Private View:
EDIT: At the Kemistry Gallery (Oops!)
1st May 2008
18.30 – 21.30

Pure Evil Gallery (108 Leonard Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 4RH) invites you to 3 openings in 1, this Thursday at 6PM. Includes work by Joel Clifford, Horn Head and Milo Tchais. Cheers for the Image “o” Evil One!

Kinsey/DesForges is pleased to present Virgina-based artist Ryan McLennan in his first exhibition with the gallery.

McLennan is part of a vanguard of young painters who have twisted the conventional, naturalist approach to depicting animals and environmental themes in mischievous ways to the serious end of drawing attention to environmental issues.

April 5 – May 10, 2008

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, April 5th, 7-10PM

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