Copyright at London Westbank gallery

 
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13 Oct

2013

We managed to get down to the London Westbank gallery to attend the opening of “Thirteen”, the new Copyright solo show. We arrived quite early which was nice as people were still quite scarce so this enables us to take a good look at the impressive amount of pieces that got hung on the walls of the two level gallery.

Let’s face it, quite a few pieces weren’t new at all and were taken from past show and while some may argue that Copyright’s style stagnate (read The Art Collector full comment,), we still enjoyed the pin-up girls which often appear in Copyright pieces and are even some sort of signature.

One thing worth pointing out was the use of the actual stencils as pieces itself. Quite a few of the stencils the artist used for his works were indeed hung around the gallery and could be recognised by a sticky tape that sometimes said “Fragile” clumsily wrapping the cut out paper piece.

The show is now over

More pictures after the fold

Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-PieCopyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie

Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie
Copyright at London Westbank | Art-Pie

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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