An exhibition of art inspired by the songs and lyrics of Ian Dury opened tonight in Brixton.
Tuesday, 19 October 2021
Friday, 17 September 2021
Thursday, 12 August 2021
"Whatever It Is I'm Against It" is the latest track to be unveiled by Le Documents. It features contributions from Mikey Georgeson and Susie Honeyman. The song was written by Harry Pye and Chris Tosic who are the co editors of Le Document.
Above: Sly Fox Mikey Georgeson. Watch the video: HERE
Wednesday, 14 July 2021
Thursday, 1 July 2021
An Invite to attend a closing party for The Ramsgate Art Show at The Front Room in Bellevue Road onTuesday 14th Sept.
Image above: The Ramsgate based artist Russell Charter with curator Harry Pye at the Front Room Gallery in Bellevue Road.
Image above: Artist Helen Smith who lives in Ramsgate.
Image above: Ramsgate Artist Elizabeth Cake @a.circular.story modelling the 'Life Jacket' she made especially for The Ramsgate Art show. The jacket is made from found souvenir textiles (tablecloths, tea towels, and oven glove) from places she's lived/visited/had a good time in. It is hand quilted and hand finished.
Wednesday, 23 June 2021
Le Document TV launches with Bogart documentary narrated by Christopher Strauli and featuring music composed and performed by Francis Macdonald
Le Document magazine, which is co edited by Harry Pye and Chris Tosic, began 18 months ago. On the 15th of every month their subscribers are e-mailed new photos, reviews, essays, interviews and photos of cats. Another regular feature in Le Document is the Movie Profiles which are written by Jo Mama. Filmmaker Gordon Beswick has just completed a video version of Jo's tribute to Humphrey Bogart. Jo's text is read by the actor Christopher Strauli. The film's soundtrack was composed and performed by Francis Macdonald (who is the drummer of Teenage Fanclub and has been nominated for a BAFTA for his sublime, minimalist classical compositions.)
The film features Bogart inspired artworks by a plethora of the usual suspects...
Above: Collage by Leonie Woods
Above: Painting by Harry Pye and Kes Richardson