For anyone lucky enough to be in Paris this weekend you need to be heading over to Pure Evils latest show. From 20th Feb Lebenson Gallery, 56 Rue Chapon 15003 Paris
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Eelus is back with 'The Colour Out Of Space' show
From Thurs 25th to the 6th March.
Blackall Studios, 73 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4OS
The image on the flyer above, ‘Dress up’, is a 30 colour screen print and will be one of two prints available on the opening night and online at eelus.com the following morning. There will be around 20 or so brand new paintings on canvas, wood and metal.
Monday, 8 February 2010
In collaboration with Original Cultures, a new international non-profit cultural and arts initiative, StolenSpace presents an exclusive exhibition of new works from famed European artists Ericailcane (Italy), DEM (Italy) and Will Barras (UK)
Stolen Space Feb 12th preview Thurs 11th.
Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
This exhibition will form part of the Original Cultures London 2010 event and run from February 12th until March 7th. This will be the trio’s second collaborative project following their work during Original Cultures’ first event in Bologna, Italy, in June 2009 which saw them create an exclusive animation and shadow-based installation. As visiting guests, Ericailcane and DEM will take the lead bringing to StolenSpace a collection of brand new paintings and other media. Will Barras meanwhile will be exhibiting a new animation and associated designs he is producing exclusively for the show. Together these three artists have received worldwide acclaim in recent years, exhibiting from Los Angeles to Sweden via Hong Kong and Eastern Europe.t
Exclusive to the exhibition will be the release of a limited edition collaborative screen print by the three artists and printed by StolenSpace, as well as a series of 6 picture discs produced by Original Cultures and featuring art from Will Barras, Ericailcane and DEM and music from Om Unit (UK), Tatsuki (JP) and Tayone (IT), the three musicians involved in the OriginalCultures project. These picture discs, six 10”s, will be framed and sold with a separate 7” featuring two exclusive tracks from each musician. These discs,combining visual arts and music in a rather unique package, are exclusive to the exhibition.
Faile, Brooklyn’s infamous collaborative duo. Bringing their unique vision to London and featuring long-time collaborator, Bast. Two floors of the Lazarides Greek Street gallery will be taken over for a truly experiential exhibition.Haunts of 80s populist culture inspire the distinctive concept show. Faile and Bast’s signature elements will resound throughout the galleries, no nook left uncovered, creating an explosively immersive installation.
Interaction with a variety of participatory components will be encouraged among gallery visitors along with the added bonus of being able to purchase Faile artworks for a mere £2, unless that is, you want to use them within the exhibition,intrigued? You should be.
Lazarides, 8 Greek Street, London, W1D 4DG
Monday - Saturday 12pm - 7pm
Lazarides Rathbone, 11 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HR
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 7pm
A hop, skip and jump away at Lazarides’ Rathbone gallery will be a 10-year retrospective of Faile’s work. Having emerged on the New York scene in the late 90s, they’ve gathered a firm following over the years with their flypostered vision transforming many a street the world over. Creating original imagery from an array of pop culture, their practice amalgamates: prints, paintings, collage, sculpture, murals and urban interventions.
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
February at the ICA and their Heavy Pencil event welcomes John Slade, a Limerick art school man who creates spooky, lovely, bold creatures, with his friend and fellow illustrator Andy Potts. They will be making pictures while as-yet-unannounced persons play music, plus our Student Forum will be offering support in the shape of more music and more drawing. There may be a Groundhog Day theme, you’ll have to wait and see.
ICA The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH. In the Bar and it's Free. from 7pm
Robot art, man-animal-machine hybrids, mechanical drawing machines, subliminal installations, pole dancing robots, light sculptures and cybernetics are just some of the exhibits to be found at Kinetica Art Fair, the UK’s first art fair dedicated to kinetic, robotic, sound, light and time-based art.
Kinetica Art Fair 2010 Thursday 4th February - Sunday 7th February 2010
P3, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS.
More than 25 galleries and organisations specialising in kinetic, electronic and new media art are taking part with over 150 exhibiting artists. The Fair will be like no other with living, moving, speaking and performing art.
The Fair provides unparalleled opportunities for the public and collectors alike to view and buy work from this thriving international movement and to participate in the programme of talks, workshops and performances.