Once again it’s that time of year where the excellent Modern Panic art exhibition is on.
As per before – I had the pleasure to attend the opening event and take photos there.
I have a few friends that are exhibitors there.
It’s a great show and I would highly advise taking a look. As well as the original art – some exhibitors have prints on sale. If I had a big house I’d buy so much from this show!
OPEN TO PUBLIC:
SAT 8TH – SUN 16TH NOV 2014
11am – 7pm | £3 Admission | Support The Arts
Apiary Studios, Hackney Road
458 Hackney Road, E2 9EG London, United Kingdom
Modern Panic links:
Links of some exhibitor friends:
Also includes some photos of MisSa Blue’s performance
Here’s a quick set from my friend Jess’ press event for her gallery opening.
Jess is combining an exhibition of her artwork using textile sculpture and a charity event : “#bigswingingovaries is an exhibition, exploring and incorporating art, feminism and recycling.” during World Woman’s Day.
Last night was the press event but tonight is the official opening.
You can find further details here : http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/big-swinging-ovaries
Here’s a video she’s made
And my photos, using my old backup camera as the shiny D800 is in for a repair.
Thought I’d share some photos that I was working on last night – from an art gallery (of sorts) opening on Friday. It’s still open until the 12th of June (7pm) so if you like what you see , or just regardless anyway, you can still go down there. Has a bit of everything – Photography, paintings, sculptures and some more bizarre stuff. All – what I guess you might call alternative, but not necessarily “modern art” (which on the whole I’m not keen on)
Here’s Ben’s blog post on his set : http://therealbenhopper.com/blog/2011/06/09/photographer-ben-hopper-presents-in-a-box/
On the opening night there were also a fair few performances randomly scattered around the place….. Oh of court when it’s about art it ‘s called “Space”. And it is fabulous “space” lovey darlings 😉 No really – it is. The place is called “The Old Abattoir” and I’ve seen other events being held there but never been before. No idea if it was a real abattoir or not. But it’s a wonderful mix of old walls, with or without plaster in various states, columns and pipes. Wonder if they do shoots there at all… hmm.
Anyway – you can find out more details at these links.
So some photos. Mostly of the exhibits/art but also people and performances. Click on them to see a larger image.