Butch Anthony's Old School Opens May 28th
19th May 2015
Thursday 30th April-The Fuse Is Lit
29th Apr 2015
The Fuse Is Lit
17th Apr 2015
Battersea Affordable Art Fair and House of St Barnabas
4th Mar 2015
Candice Tripp Etching
4th Feb 2015
Happy (belated) New Year 2015
16th Jan 2015
Holiday Gift Ideas from Black Rat Projects
15th Dec 2014
Private View of The Balloon Seller & Other Tragedies
3rd Dec 2014
The Balloon Seller & Other Tragedies
24th Nov 2014
Butch Anthony's First Museum Show
6th Nov 2014
The Museum of Curiosity Returns
31st Oct 2014
Swoon's 'Submerged Motherlands', Crude Oils, and Banksy at BRP
25th Apr 2014
4th Mar 2014
Xmas Gift Guide! New Prints!
16th Dec 2013
Exhibition Opening This Week
26th Nov 2013
I'm Never Shopping Here Again - Book Your Place
25th Oct 2013
22nd Oct 2013
Autumn at Black Rat!
20th Sep 2013
When Butch met Viktor
16th Jul 2013
The Last Supper in Cambridge
12th Jul 2013
BRP in June
23rd Jun 2013
We're Part of a Pop-Up!
14th Jun 2013
4th Jun 2013
29th Apr 2013
Josh Cole's Physical Graffiti
15th Apr 2013
10th Apr 2013
The Affordable Art Fair
1st Mar 2013
Candice Tripp's New Edition
28th Feb 2013
Intertwangleism, New Candice Tripp Print and The Affordable Art Fair
16th Feb 2013
Butch Anthony's Intertwangleism
31st Jan 2013
Happy Frieze week, we hope you’ve had your fill of all the London art world has to offer this week.
We’re excited to finally announce the exhibition date for Candice Tripp and Giles Walker’s upcoming show, a year in the making and a true collaboration between two of our favourite artists. “I'm Never Shopping Here Again” opens November 30th, and we’re bringing this exciting exhibition to a new space in Waterloo – more details to be announced in the coming month.
We will be taking part in an arts club evening at Gallery 223, the location of Giles and Candice’s upcoming show, an evening featuring art, performance and live music on October 25th, please let us know if you’d like to join us.
We loved having Swoon over in London for a recent visit, and you can find some of her ethereal pieces pasted up around the city. New works from her NYC studio have arrived, drop us a line for details on these works.
Two years ago New Orleans Airlift and the Swoon launched the Kickstarter campaign that funded The Music Box, their prototype for an ongoing musical architecture project called Dithyrambalina.
The collective transformed a blighted 150-year-old house into a temporary village of playable musical houses with interactive instruments embedded into the walls, floors and ceilings of structures. The Music Box welcomed over 15,000 visitors for days of interactive public exploration and nights of ground-breaking concerts, as well as over 500 students for engaging workshops. The New York Times, NPR, BBC World Service, Smithsonian Magazine, Times Picayune, ArtNet, and more reported on the magic of this project.
Please see the following link to help support this worthwhile project:
Your funding will go towards the creation of the first five musical structures that will become part of Dithyrambalina’s growing musical village - including materials and fees for our artists and collaborating partners. The new musical houses will begin making public appearances in May of 2014 while the goal of this Kickstarter campaign will be met when all five of these structures are built by Fall of 2014.
One of our favourite street artists, Banksy, has been hard at work state side, as he is hosting a one month exhibit, with the streets of NYC acting as his gallery.
Read more about his actions here: http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2013/10/banksy-hosts-exhibit-in-nyc-during-month-of-october/
We have a fresh crop of Banksy prints in the gallery, drop us a line for sales enquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiffany and Danae.