Friday, 31 May 2019
Aindreas Philip Scholz | Alastair Gordon | Andrew Graves | Andrew Seto | Annabel Tilley | Archie Franks | Aude Herail Jager | Bea Denton | Ben Yau | Benjamin Cohen | Bianca Barandun | Bill Henderson | Caroline Jane Harris | Charlotte C Mortenssoon | Chloe Alice Hayes | Chris Thompson | Claire McArdle | Claire Willberg | Cyrus Shroff | Daisuke Minowa | Daniella Norton | David Cooper | David Edmond | David Lock | David Small | David Theobald | Dorry Spikes | Duncan McKellar | Edwin Mingard | Gavin Maughfling | Gill Capewell | Gunther Herbst | Guy Allott | Harry Pye | Helen K Grant | Hemanth Rao | Jamie Hosegood | Janet Sainsbury | Jemma Appleby | John Vincent | John Wyatt Clarke | Julia White | Kasper Pincis | Katherine Reekie | Ken Taylor | Lara Davies | Lisa Penny | Louise Edgington | Lucienne O'Mara | Lucy Mayes | Luey Graves | Luke Jackson | Lyndsey Gilmour | Lynn Fulton | Marie-Therese Ross | Matt Morris | Matthew Webber | Melissa Kime | Michael Calver | Mimei Thompson | Molly Thomson | Natalia Markowska | Nicholas Cobb | Nick Maroussas | Noel Hensey | Oona Grimes | Pallas Citroen | playpaint | Robert C. Gray | Robert Fitzmaurice | Robert Worley | Rosie McGinn | Sally Rowland | Sarah Durham | Sarah Jenkins | Scott McCracken | Seungjo Jeong | Shona Davies + David Monagahan + Jon Klein | Simon Leahy-Clark | Sophia Starling | Steph Goodger | Stephanie Douet | Stephen Palmer | Steve Burden | Steve Perfect | Susan Sluglett | Tess Williams | Tim Allen | Trevor Burgess | Victoria Burgher | Wayne Lucas have all been selected for the Creekside Open 2019 at APT Gallery. See you there on Saturday 15th June at 3pm.
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Tuesday, 28 May 2019
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Tuesday, 7 May 2019
this sounds as good as Bridge Over Troubled Water ever did. Simon and Garfunkle's relationship has had it's ups and downs over the years. I like to think of them being friends again and collaborating once more. 'This is a painting of Simon and Garfunkle' (by Harry Pye and Rowland Smith) shows the two old friends in a gallery standing next to a painting by Magritte. Walking round an exhibition with a friend and discovering what you agree and disagree on is a pleasant way to pass the time and you get reminded that there is no accounting for taste - One man's meat is another man's poison. An artist might be able to control what happens on their canvas or on their album but once it's been made public there's no telling what reception it's going to get. In the painting Garfunkle is wearing a Happy Eater badge. It's curious that when the image of the badge is added into the mix the pipe seems more Freudian. Sigmund Freud famously said, "Sometimes a pipe is just a pipe" (meaning that isn't a sexual meaning behind everything). One wonders if Paul was jealous of Art's height or if Art was jealous of Paul's ability to write lyrics. Maybe Paul was jealous when Art got to number one with Brighteyes? There is so much we'll never know. I like the fact they can't look each other in the eye. They both remain guarded and alert. This painting is kind of a companion piece to another Rowland & Harry painting. Like Simon & Garfunkle, John & Yoko were another pair of New York City lovers who made beautiful music together.
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Thursday, 2 May 2019
Woody Allen is busier than ever. His Jazz band are currently doing a European tour, he's apparently written an autobiography and work has just begun on a new film which has been backed by a Barcelona-based company called Mediapro. Recently I've noticed more and more of Woody's friends and fans saying good things about him. These days it's news when Charlotte Rampling says her experience of making Stardust Memories was entirely positive: "we had this wonderful, platonic playfulness, constant playfulness" journalists assume she would want to distance herself from him. Likewise, much was made of Jude Law's comments about it be being "a shame" A Rainy Night in New York will be released in Europe but not America. Personally I was thrilled when I saw Woody's cheeky tribute to Diane Keaton a few year's back as it was clear there was still life in the old dog.
Thursday, 21 March 2019
RIO by Neil Innes. Collaborative paintings by Gordon and Harry have appeared in celebrated shows at Sartorial Contemporary Art in Kings Cross and Galeria Thomas Cohn in Sao Paulo. In May 2010 Beswick & Pye were invited to take part in Tate Modern's Souls For Sale extravaganza and had their work exhibited in the Turbine Hall. In December 2010 a painting by Gordon and Harry was sold at a charity auction held at The Victoria & Albert Museum. Money raised went to the Breakthrough cancer charity. In April 2012 Team Beswick & Pye took part in "Secret 7" at the Idea Generation gallery in Shoreditch. Their design for a seven Inch single by The Cure was sold in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust. In the same month a compilation of their films were screened at Tate Britain's Manton Studios as part of Late at the Tate. In October 2012 Team Beswick & Pye's painting of Martin Luther King was featured in part of Art Below's Peace Project. The painting was exhibited at Gallery Different and a poster of it was displayed in Regent's Park Tube Station. In November 2012 Beswick & Pye were featured in The Discerning Eye exhibition at the Mall Gallery. In 2013 Beswick & Pye worked with Gallery Different and Art Below again for a show about Mrs Thatcher that featured both in the BBC news and in the Evening Standard. In December 2016 a gigantic version of their painting of Chris Packham was displayed on a billboard in Southampton. They have also painted The Beatles on a gigantic egg for the Action For Children charity (see below) here:
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Friday, 15 February 2019
HERE to go to Go Fund Me page.
Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Specialized is a musical community that was created in 2012 to raise funds to improve the lives of teens and young adults with cancer or who are living in difficult circumstances. The Specialized Project brings together amateur and professional musicians with the shared goal of creating musical projects to raise funds for cancer research and support agencies, particularly The Teenage Cancer Trust, The National Foundation for Youth Music and Tonic Music for Mental Health. They’ve done this by the production of themed albums supported by live music events across the UK. http://www.specializedproject.co.uk/shopping/boss-a-tribute-to-original-sounds/
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