Lots of stuff going on this week,
LONDON has Laz inc opening a new space at Rathbone Place behind Oxford street on Friday 15th according to their press release this is an
"elegant, five-storey Georgian townhouse (open) to the public on Friday, 15th of May at 2pm. With just under 4,000 sq. ft of space for exhibitions, studios, and offices to play with, our first show will be the next installment of the Lazarides cornerstone, the ”Outsiders" group show, featuring brand new work from Micallef, Bast,Conor Harrington, David Choe, Faile, Jonathan Yeo, JR, and Vhils, to name but a few, as well as some outstanding pieces from some very special guests"
I am looking to get over on Tuesday (closed Mondays) if I can get some photos I will stick them up on the Artbleat Flickr

Stolen Space have their Jeff Soto show "The Inland Empire" starting with a private view on Thursday 14th May, and then running until 7th June. There will be a 5 colour print available and a run of the Storm Clouds books signed by Jeff (sponsored by Tiger Beer so you know what that means)

USA: On May 9th, The Brooklynite Gallery hosted a workshop for kids to come and create a piece of original art work that will be for sale during the exhibition on the 16 May. In addition, they are showcasing kids work on an international level, with many kids submitting work to the show from Europe & Ethiopia. A special section of the gallery will be dedicated to Ethiopian kids art and will support the non-profit h2 Empowers mission to build a library in an Ethiopian village. Collaborations with Joe Black, Sick Boy, Pure Evil, Miss Bugs, K-Guy and a host of others will also be on display.

BRISTOL: Friend And Co. will be hosting a re-run of their Acerone opening (which was rained off last week) on Thursday 15th
Prints are already available on their website at a more that fair £25-£80 price range .

BRIGHTON: I keep banging on about this but it is a cracking line up. Above is an image of the free signed print by Snub23 that will be given out to the first 100 through the door
Have a look at the TB&TC blog HERE to read up more about the show

1 comment:

Online Printing said...

Those artworks are really amazing! I really like the one for the Inland Empire, such an inspiration! Thanks :)