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The Moniker Art Fair starts today…

This is not your traditional contemporary art fair, Moniker Art fair, now in (only) its second year has already become a respected platform featuring work of a generation of artists, often coming from  often overlooked in British mainstream fairs but proven successful and recognized throughout the art world – , museums and established art institutions. Some of the featured artists: Steve Powers | Polly Morgan | Swoon | Ben Eine | Herakut | Banksy Some of the represented... Read More

BRP PAPER at Black Rat Press

Preview evening at Black Rat Projects, Thursday 8/09/2011, 6-9pm. The show then will run until the 16th October 2011. Light as a feather yet inscribed with the heavy history of stories told, the blank page has long since lost its primary function: once instrumental for the post-enlightenment dissemination of information in the name of democratised knowledge, paper is now that detritus of the digital age. Just as painters, in the advent of the camera, sought experimental ways of... Read More

Thalassa – a Swoon installation

Tthe New Orleans Museum of Art currently has the chance to host the large scale installation from the artist Swoon and that is called “Thalassa”. The artwork reigns in the museum’s great hall and feels very powerful. Swoon here wants to voice her reaction  to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and she only used found objects. The display runs until the 25/09/2011.  Read More

Four cities at Black Rat Press gallery

In 2007 the global population living in urban environments passed the halfway mark, and that trend is accelerating. As cities become bigger and denser, and within the rigid structures of a mass-market society, truly meaningful personal interactions become increasingly elusive. Read the full preview here. Artists featured: Swoon, Os Gemeos, Banksy, Shepard Fairey Where – Black Rat Projects When – 20th May – 23rd June 2011 (Preview – 19th May – 6-9pm) Photos of the... Read More

Four cities at Black Rat Press

In 2007 the global population living in urban environments passed the halfway mark, and that trend is accelerating. As cities become bigger and denser, and within the rigid structures of a mass-market society, truly meaningful personal interactions become increasingly elusive. The anonymising effects of scale and excess on the actor in the postmodern city can lead to a shared sense of social isolation. In Four Cities Black Rat Projects will take a look at the four artists whose... Read More

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