This was meant to be one great art party where urban artists would have been invited to take over the walls of a London townhouse prior to renovation. Then COVID-19 hit and disCONNECT turned into something even more exciting.
While the London based artists were able to install their works in situ – David Bray moved into one of the bedrooms which has become one of the most poignant responses to experiencing isolation – most of the international contributions had to be coordinated remotely.
Fluorescent Smogg presents ‘The Dividing Line’. A cutting edge, immersive group show, that straddles the dividing line between the bricks and mortar of the real gallery world and the pixels, algorithms & vectors of cyberspace.
1st July – 30th July 2011 Scream presents “West End Rebellion”, a group show featuring urban and contemporary artists including;… Read More
31 October – 12 December 2009 Monday – Saturday 9.30am – 5.00pm Elms Lesters is to curate an exhibition at… Read More
Adam Neate’s eagerly anticipated second solo show Best known for his use of cardboard and aerosol paint, this new series… Read More
Private View: 15th January 2009 6 – 9pm Open to public: 16th January – 14th February 2009 Tuesday – Saturday… Read More
ADAM NEATE: The London Show As dusk falls on Friday 14th November, Adam Neate will be claiming the streets of… Read More