Friday, June 4, 2010

A personal update on my next exhibition: The Next Generation



(above works by Tran Nguyen and Audrey Kawasaki for THE NEXT GENERATION)


So as most of you know, Im gallery manager and curator for London Miles Gallery here in London, UK, I just wanted to share with you the exhibiiton I got coming up next week. We have all been very busy getting ready for next friday when The Next Generation- A new Chapter in Contemporary Art, opens to the public. LMG has teamed up with Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles to present a group exhibition featuring 45 international artists, all hand selected by Andrew Hosner.

The exhibition includes all new 12 x 12 inch art works from a really exciting list of artists.
See the complete list HERE!

Along side the exhibition I have been working on a few other projects, one is "ART BOX" a community recycled box installation. So far we have over 100 boxes all hand painted from emerging artists, the installation of artboxes will create a visual platform for emerging artists and give many artists the opportunity to be exhibited for the first time in a gallery enviroment.

Today I have been busy working on a TV installation. 25 old school tvs have been painted, and will be on display, a few of them in working order will be playing videos, and interviews we have recently conducted with some of the exhibiting artists in the Next Generation exhibition.

On Monday the online preview goes out for the exhibition, along with the exhibition catalogs that I put together- There are 3 chapters in the Catalog and each one features artists interviews, and artist profiles from all 45 artists. You can view them on Monday just by going to the LMG website.

The opening of the exhibition will include all of the above, and more! It opens next Friday, June 11th from 7pm to 11pm at London Miles Gallery located in Westbourne Studios. I really hope you can make it down, as its the first exhibition of its kind in London and the first time many of these artists have ever been exhibited in the UK.

Thanks for reading.

1 comment:

Bryant said...

SOunds amazing!