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This very nice poster is to promote an exhibition of very nice posters, how fitting. See below for more info.

‘A Celebration’ of September
A Collective Poster Exhibition by Mortar&Pestle Studio at Dreamspace Gallery.

Exhibition Dates: 24th Oct – 1st Nov.
(Opening times 9.00am – 5:30pm Monday – Friday)
Private View: 27th Oct 18:00 – 20:30

Admission Free

Dreamspace Gallery
1-3 Dufferin Street, London, EC1Y 8NA
+44 (0) 207 562 8282


Ogilvy & Mather New York and Carmichael Gallery Present

Will Barras / Simon Birch / Boxi / Claudio Ethos / Mark Jenkins /
Labrona / Aakash Nihalani / Nina Pandolfo / WK Interact

March 5 – July 31, 2010
Ogilvy Chocolate Factory
636 11th Avenue

111 Years of Graphic Design from GF Smith is coming to Leicester DeMontfort University next week. The private view is on Wednesday 24th February from 6.00pm – 9.00pm (with a short presentation at 7.30pm). Wine and soft drinks will be available.

The show brings together an incredible array of paper swatches and promotional items from the early 1900’s through to the present day, providing a fascinating overview of the history of print and design over the past century.

Please RSVP if you are planning to attend.

The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and his Letters opened at the Royal Academy on Sunday.

William Eggleston, one of the most influential photographers of the last half century, has an exhibition of new photographs showing concurrently at two venues.

21st Century by William Eggleston will be on show at Victoria Miro Gallery, London from 15 January to 27 February and at Cheim & Read, New York from 7 January to 13 February 2010.


Krets is an art gallery/project room located at Kristianstadsgatan 16 in Malmö, Sweden. It’s where I found these pics of the coolest candles ever conceived (amongst other stuff), and it’s got a shop with a bunch of good stuff too.


A major Picasso exhibition showing at Tate Liverpool has just been announced for next year.


Watched an excellent BBC documentary about Hockney last night. You can watch it too!!


Jeff Koons:
Popeye Series
2 July — 13 September 2009

The Serpentine Gallery presents an exhibition of the work of the celebrated American artist Jeff Koons, his first major exhibition in a public gallery in England.

Working in thematic series since the early 1980s, Koons has explored notions of consumerism, taste, banality, childhood and sexuality. He is known for his meticulously fabricated works that draw on a variety of objects and images from American and consumer culture.

For his exhibition at the Gallery, Koons presents paintings and sculptures from his Popeye series, which he began in 2002.


East London’s leading contemporary urban art gallery – “Stolen Space,” plays host to a new solo show by Jeff Soto called “The Inland Empire”. 14th May — 7th June.


Hellovon, genius of London town, opened a solo show last night at the Electric Blue Gallery. It’s showing until July 7th, so get down there, marvel at his unearthly talent, and maybe buy a print or two.


We understand that times are a little more difficult out there at the moment so we wanted to create uplifting artwork that offered people affordable escapism from their everyday grind. In a time where expensive, luxury escapes are not as possible, the aim of WYWH is to bring those beautiful, far away, idyllic places directly to you, beautifying your home in the process!

Check out Wish You Were Here


Von just alerted me to Kirsty’s work. Bloody lovely stuff. She has a show in London next week.

Opening night Thursday 26th March 7-9pm
Exhibition runs until 5th April
Address: Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL


Spring Projects latest exhibition features artists Barnaby Barford and Alice Hawkins. The artists link their work at Spring Projects through seeking uncelebrated subjects and objects, which are often overlooked, and remodeling them. Barnaby says “I think the show represents the hopes and aspirations of the individual characters within all the work, whether they are, or want to portray themselves as good, or bad or beautiful”.

In particular I’m a fan of Barnaby Barford who works with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces. Although an accomplished craftsman, Barford primarily selects found objects, taking both mass-manufactured and antique figurines and turning them into sinister, sardonic but invariably humorous sculptures. Shown above:

Family Feast
Barnaby Barford 2009
H 31 cm x W 100 cm x D 40 cm
Porcelain, Earthenware, Enamel Paint, Painted Wooden Base, Other Media

If your not lucky enough to attend the Private View tonight the exhibition runs from the 27th February to 5th April 2009.

Spring House, 10 Spring Place, London NW5 3BH
+44 (0)20 7428 7159

Gallery open: Tuesday – Wednesday 10am – 5pm
Thursday – Friday 12pm – 7pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm
Also Barnaby Barford’s animated film Damaged Goods will be screened in Spring’s cinema on Saturdays throughout the exhibition.

NB. The reproduction of this image was granted after permission from the artist.


While we’re on the subject of CIA — after a hugely successful launch at their Covent Garden exhibition, they have a whole bunch of limited edition prints for sale. Jolly good stuff.

Mother Gallery
10 Redchurch Street
E2 7DD

Artists: Emily Alston, Elliot Young, Samuel Ratcliffe

Concrete Hermit
5a Club Row
E1 6JX

Artists: Fons Schiedon Solo Show

Pure Evil Gallery
108 Leonard St

Artists: Twinkle Troughton Solo Show

Raking Leaves In The Wind, an exhibition featuring work by Eve Duhamel, Julien Vallée and Brent Wadden, opens in Berlin on Oct 29.

Shameless — The Art of Self Promotion / 18.09—23.09 / Private View 18.09 19h-23h / The Sassoon Gallery / Bar Story / 213 Belnheim Grove / London SE15 4QL

Part of the London Design Festival

Reet good. Via RIBA

“In 1938, Hans Knoll, then aged just 24 years old, arrived in the United States from Germany. One month later, he nailed a sign on the door of a single second storey room in New York that read: Factory No. 1. The Hans G. Knoll Furniture Company. From this humble beginning, his company, Knoll, grew to become one of the 20th century’s most influential producers of contemporary furniture. Seventy years later, Liberty, itself renowned for its championing of contemporary furniture, will pay tribute to Knoll by hosting a retrospective show of some of its key designer pieces from the past to the present, from Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Barcelona® chair to Ross Lovegrove’s Sprite Stacking chair.”

Past, Present and Future

25th July – 4th September 2008