Next up at the National Grid Gallery is an eclectic group exhibition featuring the creatures of some unique creatures.
With artist backgrounds steaming from tattoo, street, and the traditional. They have been invited to interpret the theme “creatures” in thier own creative voice.
Featuring :: CASPIAN DE LOOZE, LUKE MORRELL, SAM CLARK, TEZ,
CAMILLA ZAVATTARO, CLAIRE REID & APESEVEN
Opens FRIDAY 24th SEPTEMBER 6-10pm
The exhibition runs from Sept 25th-Oct 23rd
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Saturdays 12pm-3pm
Apeseven’s works currently focuses on elements of alchemy . A process of transmutation depicted by a fusion of childhood creatures, science, complex symbolism akin to early scientists and an aesthetic drawn from an observation of the potential, imagined and observed worlds .
OPENING NIGHT FRIDAY 6TH AUGUST 6PM-10PM
EXHIBITION RUNS UNTIL 3RD SEPTEMBER 2010
THE NATIONAL GRID GALLERY. 24 CHARD RD. BROOKVALE
You know those boring old hand made signs you see around the streets, lost pets, rooms for rent, things for sale, garage sales and so on.
Cardon Copy, takes these vernacular of self-distributed fliers and tear- offs we have all seen in our neighborhoods. It involves hijacking these unconsidered fliers and redesigning them, overpowering their message with a new visual language. The fliers are then replaced.
Greg Lamarche an American artist, previously working under the name SP One. Greg’s work is predominantly collage and has a background in graffiti. Brightly coloured collage of typography and vintage textures with a street feel, highly influenced by graffiti. He has a distinctly unique style.
posted by Tabitha
Gary Compton Has nice shots and portraits on flickr, makes me want to hit the streets or do an all time road trip. Check his blog out here ••BLOG••
posted by Stuart