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Three very different but very cool shows opening tonight Thursday 8th November 2012.


Tonight FAD is out on the town and we are going to be visiting three very different but equaling interesting shows , so if you see us say hello.

First up we will be visiting the tiny but very cool Galleries Goldstein who are showing a show from Richard Stone an installation consisting off sculptures and paintings or stuff kinda inbetween.

The centrepiece of the installation is a group of paintings, where monochromatic, stormy surfaces gradually unveil ripples of colour that belie Stone’s deconstruction of the English landscape.

More Details: www.fadwebsite.com/richard-stone Open from 6ish


Next up we head down the road to Reed + Radar show at 18 Hewett Street these two New York Digital artists will be showing : Dubstep Dinosaurs, Prehistoric GIFs & Video Games at their show Cretaceous Returns , It opens at 7pm and they’ll be pizza to eat and plenty to drink.
More Details:REED+RADAR
Read the Q&A with REED + RADAR: www.fadwebsite.com/reed-radar-answer-fads-questions/
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FInally but not least we will be heading over to The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, London, WC1N 1JD for for a wonderfully interesting and quirky show from Toni Gallagher :

This recent work challenges the ideas and creative energy on a subject that has pre- occupied me for many years; The Seven Deadly Sins. In this first exhibition of the Sins, Gluttony is represented by The Old Lady That Swallowed a Fly.

More Details: www.fadwebsite.com/toni-gallagher-the-lady-who-swallowed-a-fly
Toni Gallagher Q&A: www.fadwebsite.com/toni-gallagher-answers-fads-questions/



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