Sunday, October 19, 2008
Sarah Doyle is showing 21 small paintings of silent movie stars who didn't manage to make the smooth transition to talkies at the launch show of the new Sartorial Art Gallery in Kings Cross...
After four great years in Notting Hill, Sartorial Contemporary Art is pleased to announce its move to
Kings Cross in the heart of London's most exciting new art district. Sartorial Kings Cross will be one
of the largest new contemporary art galleries in London with 6000 square feet of exhibition space.
Sartorial is known for its commitment to ground-breaking art, unparalleled support of artists, and publication of the art world's favourite fun-sized magazine "The Rebel".
Two major shows launch the space:
REMEMBER MY NAME is about celebrities who thought they could only cope with life by being famous and then found out they couldn't. Showcasing Sartorial's Superstars plus bright new things:
Julie Bennett, Sarah Doyle, Mikey Georgeson, Gretta, Mat Humphrey, James Jessop, Jasper Joffe, Annie Kevans, Cathy Lomax, Martin McGinn, Gavin Nolan, Harry Pye, Chris Tosic, Gavin Toye.
BURNING CANDY - Three of the UK 's most notorious graffiti vandals, Cyclops, Sweet Toof , Tek33
have exclusively for this show created new works with their raw messy trademark punk style that has brought them cult status over the last two years. ‘Burning Candy' book with text by Olly Beck available.
PRIVATE VIEW OCTOBER 15th, 5 – 11pm. Music and Live Performances
Both exhibitions run until November 11th.
Tuesday to Saturday 1:30 to 7pm
SARTORIAL CONTEMPORARY ART
26 Argyle Square , London WC1H 8AP
T: + 44 (0) 20 7792 5882 / E: email@example.com