Tag: Andipa gallery


Global Model Village, the new show and book by Slinkachu

Slinkachu "Global Model Village | Art-Pie

Street sculptor and photographer, Slinkachu has been busy putting together his new show, Global Model Village, which opens September 27th at Andipa Gallery in London. It will feature a mix of installations placed in different cities around the world over the past couple of years. But that is not all since the show coincides with the launch of his new book also called – incidentally also called Global Model Village which collects together 50 different installations... Read More

Joan Miro at Andipa gallery

Andipa Gallery is delighted to announce a selling exhibition of unique works and rare graphics by Joan Miro. Taking place from 7 April to 7 May 2011 the show coincides with the first major London retrospective of Miro’s work for almost 50 years, The Ladder of Escape at the Tate Modern, and will offer a rare opportunity to acquire some of the finest original works by this master of 20th Century art. The exhibition will show rare works on paper, including some of Miro’s... Read More

Slinkachu X Andipa Gallery "Concrete Ocean".

Slinkachu takes figures from miniature train sets and painstakingly modifies them so that they can be used as part of his almost invisible world. He creates comical, satirical and sometimes slightly dark scenes with these figures, places them all over the world, shoots them with spectacular quality and then leaves them to become part of the scenery. The first of this series was “the little people project” the photos were formed into a lovely little hard cover book... Read More

Slinkachu at Andipa gallery: concrete ocean

Andipa Contemporary is delighted to announce a new solo exhibition: Concrete Ocean, by renowned urban artist Slinkachu. Left floating in flimsy boats on puddles the size of lakes, or clinging onto seemingly giant paving stones, in danger of being trodden underfoot by the casual passer-by, the figures in Concrete Ocean address the artist’s trademark theme of loneliness and disillusionment engendered by the city environment. The dry wit of his observation and the deceptive... Read More