Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Exhibition, shows, news…

Now I have recovered from releasing the latest Blanket issue {have you got your copy yet? No? Then go here!} it’s time to catch up on what’s happening outside of Blanket world! There is plenty of exciting new exhibitions, and shows coming up so here’s a brief run down…

What happens when you ask 38 international artists and illustrators to ‘Play’. Well you can find that out in the upcoming exhibition organised by Michelle and Lisa from Inkygoodness!
The exhibition features over 120 one-off artworks and limited edition prints, many of which are available to purchase in the gallery or on our new online shop after the gallery preview, prices start from £50.
A limited edition issue of Ammo Magazine will also be available featuring a selection of the ‘Play’ artists – available on the opening night and via the online store.

‘Play’ will run from September 3rd until September 12th at the EAST Gallery, 216 Brick Lane, London which is open daily from 1pm – 7pm.

Featuring: Steph Baxter/Dave Bain/Colourbox/Docvek/Marcus Butt/ Stephen Chan/DBO/Camelia Dobrin/Christiane Engel/Good Wives & Warriors/Lisa Hassell/Kate Hindley/ Carlos Garde-Martin/Mister Millerchip/Simon David Mills/George Mitchell/Moot/Olive47/ Tom J.Newell/ Hannah Baber/ Vicky Newman/ Steve Rack/ Log Roper/Steven Silverwood/ Juan Salas/ Matt Saunders/Leila Shetty/Jason Devine/Karin Soderquist/Ben Steers/Mc Bess/Seb Burnett/ Sarah Dennis/ Michelle Turton/Toy Factory/ Simon Wild/ Mark Wilkinson & Gizem Vural.

You can also catch the Print Show of just one of the talented artists who participated in our Cosmos Blanket Project Sam Brewster in three different venues over the next few weeks. And for those geographically challenged the prints will also be on sale after the shows via Sam’s online shop.

Ambush Gallery brings us The Places in Between – a pop up exhibition featuring new work and installations by some of Australia’s best emerging artists including: Ape Seven, Beastman, Ben Frost, Bennet, Bridge Stehli, Drewfunk, Ears, Jumbo, Max Berry, Meggs, Mini Graff, Numskull, Phibbs, Roach, Sam Smith, Shannon Crees and Yok.

The exhibition will be held at HSBC Tower Lobby, 580 George, Sydney CBD, Australia and open daily from Monday to Saturday from 1st to 30th September.
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And last, but certainly not least, is Blanket illustrator Nicola Rowlands! Her new exhibition of illustrations {an array of frightening drawings} will open on Sunday 29th August at The Art of Tea. I’ll be there so pop in and say hi!

The Art Of Tea {47 Barlow Moor Road, Didsbury Village, Manchester}
Exhibition runs until 29th November.

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