Saturday 28 September 2013

Harry Pye's South London Salon at Deptford X

Harry Pye's South London Salon is open from 12 noon until 6pm on Thursday the 3rd, Friday the 4th, Saturday the 5th and Sunday the 6th of October. The venue is a large blue building called Norfolk House on Brook Mill Road. It's a one minute walk from Deptford Bridge D.L.R Station (which links to Bank tube)On Thursday the 3rd there is a special party from 6pm till 9pm. Please drop by and see work by amazing artists such as Sinead Wheeler, Marie Smith, Cedar Lewisohn, Christopher Owen, Sarah Doyle, Peter Lamb, Howard Dyke, Rowland Smith, Julia Bedford, David Dipré, Liam Newnham, Patrick Morrissey & Hanz Hancock, Edward Ward, Rosalind Davis, Bob London, Klarita Pandolfi-Carr, Sarah Sparkes, Clare Price, Paul Hamilton, Jackie Clark, Giles Kent, Julie Bennett, Paul Wye, Tracey Williams, Zac T Lee, Mikey Georgeson, Mel Cole, Julian Wakeling, and Aleksandra Wojcik.
Image Below: Rye Hill by Klarita Pandolfi
Image Below: A Dead Man in Deptford by Bob London Giclee print on somerset velvet paper 59.4 x 84.1 cm Edition of 30
Image Below: Mystagogue by Paul Wye
Image Below: by Howard Dyke
Image Below: There It Is by David Dipre Oil on canvas. 2013. 303 x 257 mm.
Image Below: Ruskin Park's Finest Paddling Pool by Tracey Williams
Image Below: by Mel Cole
Image Below: early work in progress version of Harper Road Woman, (After El Greco) by Julia Bedford
Image Below: work by Sinead Wheeler
Image Below: Photographs by Julian Wakeling
Image Below: Works on wall by Sarah Sparkes, sculpture by Giles Kent.
Image Below: Florence by Julie Bennett
Image Below: Cedar Lewisohn with his book of drawings.
Image Below: The Deptford X team in front of a new work by Bob & Roberta Smith
Image Below: Harry Pye meets the Mayor of Lewisham
Image Below: Rosalind Davies
Image Below: Mikey Georgeson
Image Below: Paintings by Peter Lamb
Image Below: Sarah Doyle
Image Below: Chris Owen
Image Below: Alexandra Wojcik

Wednesday 18 September 2013

Photos from ICA Off-site A Journey Through London Subculture 1980s to now

A major new project at The Old Selfridges Hotel in London as part of a series of off-site events this summer, A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now illustrates a perceived thread of creativity between the post-punk era and the present day - a legacy that underpins London's incredible creative potential in the present. Gilbert & George, John Maybury, House of Beauty & Culture, Tom Dixon, Jeffrey Hinton, Bodymap, St John, Alexander McQueen, Sarah Lucas, Martino Gamper, Julie Verhoeven, Giles Deacon, Charlie Porter, Chisenhale Gallery, Lucky PDF, Vogue Fabrics Nightclub, Sibling, J W Anderson, Bethan Laura Wood, and Bart Wells featuring Harry Pye are amongst the 60 influential figures from London’s creative scene involved in the project.
Above:"Hey you, careful with my coat"
Above: Me standing infront of Scott King's work
Above:A figure I made for the Bart Wells box curated by Luke Gottelier and Francis Upritchard.
Above: Emma Coleman and new friend.
This show runs from 13 September 2013 - 20 October 2013