Thursday, December 21, 2006

I Can't Believe How Great I Feel



NEW BOOK WITH ARTWORK

'I Can't Believe How Great I Feel'
Writing by Amy Prior
Drawings by Sarah Doyle

Preview Event: Sunday January 7 at
Curzon Soho
Shaftesbury Avenue
London W1
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Short documentary about the book - including music by DJ /Rupture - showing
as part of week-long film festival at the Curzon Soho/I.C.A.
www.shortfilms.org.uk
Film programme screens 1.30-4pm, then readings from the book (as part of the
festival 'Afternoon of Performance and Music') from 4-6pm

More gallery, festival and other events in London from March

Published by JUNCTURE in March 2007 (ISBN 978-0-9554957-0-0)
Distribution in the U.S. (SPD)/U.K. via independent and gallery bookstores;
worldwide online distribution

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

So Sad

Exhibition opens on Saturday 13th January at 5pm 2007
and will run for one week

The theme of the exhibition is sadness, or being sad.

The Guy Hilton Gallery
35 Fournier Street
E1
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Contributing are:
Mark McGowan, Brian Catling, Will Self, Sarah Doyle, Bob and Roberta Smith, Centre of Attention, Richard Dedomenici, JJ Charlesworth, The Fucks, Stella Vine, Sacha Craddock, Marcia Farqhuar, Andrew Hunt, Jessica Voorsanger and Harry Pye.

Nearest Tube: Liverpool Street, Shoreditch Station

Thursday, December 07, 2006

The Marmite Prize



"The most important painting prize the world has ever seen. The Marmite Prize"

The prize will be judged by a distinguished panel of artists and curators
Mark McGowan (performance artist)
Harry Pye (artist and independent curator)
and Dallas Seitz (artist and director of 1,000,000mph project space)
The Marmite Prize is curated by Marcus Cope and Stephanie Moran.

Opening at The Residence on Thursday the 14th December 6 - 9pm.

The show runs from 15th - 17th December 06
Open: 10am - 6pm


Heres the address -
The Residence
168a Victoria Park Road
London
E9 7HD
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Nearest Tube: Mile End, Bethnal Green
Bus: 277, 388*
*only from Hackney Wick