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The Rathebone; First Show from 2pm Friday 15th May

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David Choe
For the first Rathbone show, new works will hang alongside some previously seen classics. Antony Micallef, fresh from success in GSK Contemporary at the Royal Academy of Arts, will be showing his Parasite painting as well as a new canvas, Red Siren.

Bold and provocative David Choe has made beautiful new paintings such as I like my waffles sprinkled with deep throat tears .
Parisian photographer JR, whose work has adorned buildings, trains, political hot spots and whole eighbourhoods all over the world, will present new work for this show. Following the group show, there will be solo shows from artists Vhils, Invader, Micallef, Conor Harrington and Ian Francis.

With a genuine desire to be as inclusive and unconstrained by the art world as possible, The Rathbone will allow the public to see a constantly evolving sceneby some of the brightest art stars.

With posters, prints, etchings, books, specially commissioned one-offs and highly collectable rare finds, SHOP on Greek Street will have a steady stream of work by new artists including Coop and Frank Kozik as well as work from artists already under the Lazarides umbrella – Vhils, Conor Harrington, Blu,Faile, JR and Bast to name just a few.

Visitor Information: The Rathbone 11 Rathbone Place London WC2H 0EW
Website: www.lazinc.com

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