A retrospective of Juliet Sugg’s celebrated installation Protect & Survive will be exhibited at the Printhouse Gallery, Dalston from 29th Jan through to 6th March 2015
Post it’s second run, this will be a chance to see the show up close and personal through some of the key, original illustrations/sculptures as well as photography and film from Protect & Survive’s previous runs. There will also be a reprise of part of the performances on the opening night Thursday 29th Jan 7.30 –10.30pm
Uniquely combing illustration and performance in a surviving WW2 bunker in Dalston, Sugg attempts to push the boundaries of narrative art, producing a ‘live, 3 dimensional comic’ which asks the viewer to ‘step inside its story and immerse yourself’ into her strange and hallucinatory world.
Limited editions of the Protect & Survive comic and prints will be on sale at the gallery throughout the exhibition.
The gallery is open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm and is free entry.
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Photo exhibition explores traditional Justice in post-war Sierra Leone
In Sierra Leone, justice is a journey. East London-based photographer Aubrey Wade explores the ways people access justice in a country with a diverse traditional justice system and few lawyers in an exhibition of vibrant colour photographs. Wade has worked in Sierra Leone for over a decade.
Opening night: 11 September 2014, 6.30pm - 9pm.
Exhibition runs 12 September - 29 October 2014
The Printhouse Gallery
18 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL
Printhouse Gallery are proud to present London's first bi-annual international illustration exhibition this February.
This unique show is a key international event for illustration art and features over 30 original works from 6 artists. Named exhibitors include, Victoria Sin, Hvass & Hannibal, Connie Lim, Dan Jamieson, Meredith Owen and Benjamin Phillips.
Private View 6pm – 9pm Thursday 23rd January
Dates: 24th January until 14th February, open weekdays 9am – 5pm and Saturdays 12-5pm
Location: Printhouse Gallery, 18 Ashwin Street. London, E8 3DL
"if you leave" brings together a series of works by young photographers from around the globe. Initiated by curator Laurence von Thomas in 2009, it has become one of the most followed and referenced online photography galleries, showcasing the work of more than 500 contemporary photographers to a following of more than 400k on tumblr. The printed volumes enjoy an equally strong following, with copies being sold in bookstores in London, New York, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and more.
NO way in association with Ghostown and Printhouse Gallery present
The Print House Gallery
18 Ashwin Street,
London E8 3DL
March 28th - May 2nd 2013
View Thursday, March 28th 2013 6pm-9pmExhibition open daily 9am-5pm
Toshio Saeki show mentioned in the Huffington Post Best Art Shows 2013 !
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