Thursday, February 27, 2014

The Mad March Chutney Tea Party

I will be once again sharing my Magpies at the Mad March Chutney Tea Party. These are my empty medieval style pie crusts (or coffins as they were known). As in the nursery rhyme 'Sing a Song of Sixpence' when the pie was filled with live blackbirds. My "Mag Pies" won't be filled with birds but with secrets of magpies.

The Magpie if a much maligned bird, as the BBC webpage on birds puts it Magpies are so despised in the UK  that they "would probably have an Asbo slapped on them if they were teenagers."
However they are the most intelligent of birds and only seem to have this bad reputation in the UK, as in the rest of the world the magpie is often a symbol of good fortune.


Saturday 1st March
4.30 – 6.30
13 Pearson St, 
London E2 8JD

Mad Hatter: “Have I gone Mad?”
Alice: “ I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are.” 
(Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll)

“Nature will come through the claws, and the hound will follow the hare”
(proverb, anaon)

The Chutney Preserves invite you to a Mad March Chutney Tea Party at the Hundred Year Gallery. Join us around the tea table to celebrate mad un-bounded spring energy as it rises up from the soil below the city streets. The Hundred Years Gallery Café will be open for tea and cakes and you may bring these to the Chutney tea-table to consume in sacrifice to the Chutney gods. The Chutney Preserves will be offering you their usual fare of joyous double dealing performances and you may watch or join in as the fancy takes you. 

Chutney Preserves appearing as part of a programme of events during The Library of Obscure Wonders exhibition

The Chutney Preserves is a multifaceted, interactive live art event, which draws on the spirit of celebratory public assembly dating back to prehistory. Appearing in the guise of a fete, country fair or rarey sideshow, and in this instance a tea party, it is an ‘organic’ public art work, presenting the public with a humorous and thought provoking display of temporary art works, interactive activities and marionettes.’
Initiated in 2005, artists’ collective Chutney Preserves have worked with over 100 artists and participated in six festivals and events including: Supernormal in Oxfordshire, Lambeth Country Show in Brockwell Park and Camberwell Arts Festival on Camberwell Green. 

Chutney Preserves artists appearing at the Mad March Chutney Tea Party are: Frog Bartholomew Morris, Charlotte Squire, Sarah Doyle, Libby Shearon, Calum F. Kerr, Rebecca Feiner, Miyuki Kasahara, Joanna McCormick & Alice Renouf, Tim Flitcroft, Phillip Raymond Goodman, Sarah Sparkes, Caroline Gregory and more to be confirmed

Monday, February 03, 2014

Chinese Open 2014: Year Of The Horse


I am currently showing helmets to ride your horse into battle for the Year of The Horse at the Chinese Open 2014

Q PARK
20 Newport Place
WC2H 7PR
(Soho, Chinatown )
map


In Association with Geoffrey Leong PR & Q PARK
& kind support of Leong Legends & Manchurian Legends

Curated by Stimulus

Monday 3rd Feb to 9th Feb >>> 12 noon until 6pm

It will feature new works in all media by over 100
artists!!

LEVEL -7

Featuring Artists :

Alice Herrick Glenn Fitzy Fitzpatrick Mark Woods Sarah Doyle Maria Teresa Gavazzi Martin Sexton Andrew Stys Laura Liliyana-Raffaella Cogoni Lee Maelzer Aly Helyer Raul Pina Perez Lorenzo Belenguer John Stephens Lucinda Bolton Phillip Raymond Goodman Ben Hopper Mona K Artist Loukas Morley Louise Riley Danny Pockets Ernesto Romano Sarah Sparkes Ihtgw Continent Jude Cowan Montague Calum F. Kerr Jeanne Susplugas Thomas Draschan Paul Sakoilsky Styepan Van Bray Sophie Dickens Jeffrey Louis Reed Karen Ay & Paul Tucker  Gzillion Artist Cedric Christie Pascal Rousson Tom Estes Tiziana Mandolesi Deborah Bee Artist Susana Sanroman Patrick Morrissey Clive Hanz Hancock Sophie Ashton Hedley Roberts Demelza Louise Moreau Sian-Kate Mooney Rubbish Artist Dimitrios Oikonomou David Leapman Rachel Megawhat Dannielle Hodson Valerie Pezeron Maslen Mehra Guy Shoham Tasleem Mulhall Fiona Haines Mark O Rourke Slobodan Trajkovic Rekha Sameer Joanna McCormick Fledgling Arts Collective Central Jenny Gordon Siobhan Bradshaw Alexi Worrall LiLi Ren Rebecca Scott Roman Taher Rebecca Foster Becca Quirk Sean Worrall Mike Turner Petros Chrisostomou Clio Pup Elena Muti Stefan Draschan Agnetha Sjogren Steve Smith Roger Clarke Anne Robinson Christina Mitrentse Miyuki Kasahara Art Chris Simpson Sooz Belnavis Robert Noah Tigg Gonny van Hulst Karolin O'Eight Laura Yuile Andrew Stanney Spizz Energi Maria Jose Arceo Ray Gange Marie-Louise Jones Joanne Morgan Urban XXX Ibby Doherty & Charlie Wheatley Robson Cezar Reeps One Paul Hazelton Sequin Kay Alex Dipple Sharon Drew Jonas Ranssøn Lizzie Sykes Nina Coulson Timothy Holt Claire Pestaille Kate Kotcheff Blaize Simon Sara Le Roy Mark Sowden Francesco La Porta Alice Renouf Tracey Moberly & Sarah Hopkins Negin Vaziri Stephen Hall Alexander Koby Catherine Syl Rebecca Feiner Emma Croft Leila Houston Anna Niman Brad Pitts & Downey Juniors Manfred Peckl Stimulus Ltd Bill Aitchison Jake Modern Ray Okunubi Paul Gildea Marcus Sendlinger Liz Sheridan Lauren Heckler Nadia Ballan Eugene Wood Anna Gonzalez Finn Thomson Richard Niman Max Maxwell Dean Todd Julie Christian Young Marisa Polin Olga Jurgenson, Lateefa Spiker Mark Jones Adam Williamson Rebecca Meanley- Eyre Alexi Worrall Mathilde Ganancia Marieke Bernard Xiao Shi Yuan Fang Toni Gallagher Jessica Bailey Michael Ward Vanya Balogh Suzie Pindar Jules & Remi Geraldine Swayne David Usill Mikey Georgeson Moi Tran Adam McGowan Pete Nevin


Exhibition Runs until 7th February 2014 @ LEVEL -7
for info please call 07587454613