JAKE & DINOS CHAPMAN My Father’s Suicide
Closes November 27th
Featuring artists including Kapoor, Gormley,Stuart Semple, Whiteread & the Chapmans, ARTiculate is a unique exhibition of work inspired by the stories of children in Africa – in aid of children’s art charity Dramatic Need. Online bidding available from 13 November at 10am GMT until midnight, Nov 27th GMT. Where specified, bids will transfer to the live event on Nov 27th in London. Proceeds will fund the development of a new therapeutic arts centre in Africa.
More Info: HERE
Stuart Semple to open a radical new participatory exhibition in London- in search for the purity of the idea.
A radical new participatory exhibition arrives in London’s Soho this September. D.A.B.A. (Destroy All Bad Art) is a complex installation and live art project by Stuart Semple
British artist Stuart Semple has lifted name-dropping to an art form with these one-off witty creations,
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