Friday, February 19, 2010

Everybody, All the Time- A Scott C. solo show and workshop

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That's right, Scott C. is coming back to London. And Im so very very excited about his new solo show, Everybody, All the Time at London Miles Gallery. Featuring all new work from the fantastic super funny Scott C. He will be exhibiting 100 pieces of art for this show! Thats right, 100!!
The show features a wide collection of Scott's favorite characters, like his famous mummy, or his traveling skeletons, his English gentleman, and his minotaurs. The show is an all around celebrations of his mischievous and curious imagination.

Through a multitude of storyboards and illustrated narratives, Campbell renders his escapist daydreams in the form of often-humorous and light-hearted scenarios featuring intriguing and otherworldly creatures. With one of the Comic Art scene’s leading lights presenting an entirely new body of work, ‘Everybody, all the time’ promises to be an exhibition of high entertainment for Comic Book aficionados, followers, and fans of Pop Surrealism alike.

The Exhibition opens on March 4th, 2010 at 6pm in London Miles pop up location in East London. Located at 47 Mowlem street. Off Vyner street.

On Saturday at 12:30 and 4:00pm Scott C. will also be hosting his first ever Comic Workshop! Tickets are £15/ £12 students.
The workshop will be for around 1.5- 2 hours of pure fun while Scott teaches you some of his comic secrets. You can get your place reserved by Emailing: INFO@LONDONMILES.COM

Visit www.londonmiles.com for more information and check out our new website!

Friday, February 5, 2010

Hunt and Gather, Discovering New Art! Its arrived!

Hunt and Gather, Discovering New Art.

The artbook I have been working on for over three years arrived on my desk this week. I must admit it was quite an emotional moment for me to finally have this completed project in my hands. Its been one very long and hard journey. This book is not only a book full of beautiful works of art and talented people, but its full of a story...not written in words, but a visual story about the last few years of my life..about this blog you are now on, and about the people that I have met along the way.

The cover is beautiful, the white band that you can see in the picture slips over the book, leaving the actual cover just pure images of various works of art found within the books covers. I created this book with one goal, to meet great artists and to share my findings with the community. Each one of the artists featured in this publication I have grown to know on a more personal level, and I can honestly say they are all very special, inspiring and dedicated individuals that I feel honored to have met and even more honored that they contributed and supported a book I created.

I hope that you find this publication to be of use, in the sense, I hope it inspires you. I hope you discover new artists and new works of art that really make you feel something..anything, as long as you feel.

I will be having a book launch and celebration exhibition in Los Angeles on April 9th, at Thinkspace Gallery. On the following Saturday, there will be a signing event where a large group of the artists featured in H&G will be signing copies.
Thank you all very much for the constant support you have shown for Hunt and Gather! I hope to see you at the launch event.

If you have any questions, please dont hesitate to contact me.

-Tina Ziegler




Thursday, February 4, 2010

Happy Birthday Strychnin Gallery


It is Strychnin Gallery Berlin’s 7th birthday this year and over 60 artists who have exhibited at the gallery previously have been invited back to participate in an exciting group show, bringing different media ranging from painting to photography, assemblage, etching, digital painting, sculpture and drawing to light engraving to Berlin.

Featuring some of the best pop surrealism, neo-baroque, urban art, and fantastic realism today, Strychnin Gallery is proud to present the following artists:

Leslie Ditto, Wee Flowers, Lisa Mei Ling Fong, Annie Bertram, Seymour, Mimi S., Jason Limon, Richard Kirk, Beth Robinson, Raf Veulemans, Sophie Bastien, Edith Lebeau, Tim Roosen, Ver Mar, Miraschi, Squp, Gothic Hangman, Scott Holloway, Chris Peters, Jan Czerwinski, BORIS + NATASCHA, Tim Conlon, Till Krautkraemer, Alexander Sterzel, François Escalmel, Daniël van Nes, Kristen Ferrell, Bethany Marchman, Jon Jaylo, Marmite Sue, Damon Soule, Christian Rothenhagen, Virginie Ropars, Suzzan B., William McDermid, Lesley Reppeteaux, Nicoletta Ceccoli, KRK Ryden, Manuel Cortez, Christina Graf, Dirk Larsen, Ansgar Noeth, Elmer Presslee, Scott Radke, CANTWO, Zaelia Bishop, Chris Bonobo, Guillermo Rigattieri, Mayo, Cliff Wallace, David Hochbaum, Mark Verhaagen, Gene Guynn, Benjamin Vierling, Chrisitee, Diva, Martina Secondo Russo, Marcus Poston, Aaron Board, Daniel Elson, Carole Bielicki and others

www.strychnin.com

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

New Brow: The Rise of Underground Art comes to London


Im excited to say that London Miles Gallery, Located in West London will be doing the UK premiere screening of New Brow, The rise of underground art produced by Humble Productions.

The documentary film features artist profiles with superstars like Ron English, Silvia Ji, Gary Baseman, Shag, and many more. As well as talks with Robert Williams and other gallery curators and directors from the New Contemporary art movement.

Film Screenings will be held at London Miles Project room located in Westbourne Studios. Screening Times are on Saturday the 20th of Feb, at 4pm and Saturday the 27th of Feb. at 2pm and another at 5:30pm.
Tickets are £8.00 and can be purchased by emailing Info@Londonmiles.com.

Visit London Miles for more information, and I look forward to seeing you at the screenings.

Colin Van Der Sluijs and Derek Shumate at Brooklynite

‘‘STEALTH, ARTISTS ABOVE THE RADAR’‘ opens on Feb. 13th at at the Brooklynite Gallery in New York. Colin Van Der Sluijs together with Derek Shumate present a exhibition with a whole fresh body of work. There will be works on wood, canvas and paper in the show.

February 13 – March 6, 2010
Opening Reception: Feb. 13, 7-10pm
(image -‘‘Infinity’‘ Mixed-media on wood, 60×60 cm approx. 2010.)

Visit Brooklynite Gallery here.

Guy Denning New prints

"Guy Denning's upcoming show 'BEHEMOTH' at St Martin in The Field, Trafalgar Square, London, in September 2010 is now confirmed. This landmark show, opening in the dramatic setting of the Crypt Gallery, with its atmospheric lighting and brick-vaulted ceiling, promises to be one of Guy's most powerful shows to date. In the run up to his show in September Red Propeller have put together the 'BEHEMOTH' Collection - which is a series of prints featuring a selection of work from the upcoming show - these prints will be released on the 1st of the month between now and September."

The first print available is 'Dreyfus' which is a beautiful example of this stunning collection of work.
This print is available NOW until Monday 8th February at Red Propeller priced at £95.00 (+Vat) - this is a signed, limited edition print - 40cm x 40cm - the edition determined by the number sold in that window of time in true Red Propeller style!


Guy Denning also has Drawings available at the Watercolours and Works on Paper fair, The Science Museum, 3 - 7 Feb 2010 For further information contact COSA London Tel: 020 7727 0398.