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A bright hot sunny day in Brighton – ideal for a spot of zombie shooting
After the massive effort of putting on our solo show BERLIN:The Forgets Tale and a couple of weeks recovering from a nasty stomach bug we are finally getting back to normal and are on a train to Brighton for a relaxing day out before we start our next project
Here’s a longer video which explores more of the exhibition.
Last night after a massive effort in all-night hanging our show BERLIN: The Forgers Tale had it’s private view, and we like to take the oportunity to thank everyone who came. The exhibition is on until 16th of May and open from 12 – 7.00pm and free to visit.
Here’s a short video of the show and pv – we were a bit busy last night to film much but there will be more to follow.
Stayed tuned for more info.
Be sure not to miss it!
On a rainy afternoon we made our way to the Fold Gallery’s new space near Clerkenwell Green – it’s a lovely space with an interesting group show ‘Needle in a Cloud’ to open with. Gallery Director Kim Savage was busy orchestrating the photographic archiving of the show and still in the process of an extended private view but was kind enough to let us video the show. We look forward to future shows.
Here’s a short view of the show….
We visited Tom Butler’s exhibition ‘Curio’ at Charlie Dutton Gallery today and were impressed with the show – over 100 appropriated photographs and etchings mixed with new photographic works beautifully displayed in the Princeton Street space. We had seen Tom’s and Charlie’s work at ZAP’s ‘Collectible’ private view on tuesday night and we were delighted to meet Charlie in the gallery today, here’s a short video of the show which we highly recommend you visit.
A great turnout for ZAP’s first show in their new space – I caught a bit of the lovely Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley introducing the show,
Participating Artists :
Guy Allott, Iain Andrews, Edwina Ashton, Paul Benjamins, George Bolster, Kate Bowen, Andrew Bracey, Tom Butler, Ben Coode-Adams, Emma Cousin, Graham Crowley, Rosalind Davis, David Dipre, Sarah Douglas, Freya Douglas Morris, Annabel Dover, Charlie Dutton, Karl England, Alyson Helyer, Andrew Hewish, Jack Hutchinson, Peter Jones, Nick Kaplony, David Kefford, Sharon Leahy-Clark, Simon Leahy-Clark, Cathy Lomax, Wayne Lucas, Fiona MacDonald, EJ Major, Amy McKenny, Nadege Meriau, Marion Michell, Clare Mitten, Amy Moffat, Kate Murdoch, Elizabeth Murton, Michaela Nettell, Charlotte Norwood, Wieland Payer, Alex Pearl, Edd Pearman, Gaia Persico, Kate Pickering, Chantelle Purcell, Giulia Ricci, Mark Scott-Wood, Alli Sharma, Gordon Shrigley, Lisa Snook, Emily Speed, Corinna Spencer, Melanie Stidolph, Boa Swindler, Freddie Robins, Annabel Tilley, Virginia Verran, Jenny Wiener, Rich White, Andy Wicks, Rachel Wilberforce, Chiara Williams, Sarah Williams, Jonny Williamson, Jo Wilmot, James Wright, Peter Wylie.
A busy night for all at Zap – here’s a short video of the show
…and a little bit more… as it’s a very busy night & difficult to see everything!
The exhibition is a must see show and provides great portent for the future of ZAP.
18 – 28 April (Thursday-Saturday, 1-5pm)
Open for SLAM Last Fridays 6-8.30pm
Artists & Curators Dialogue – Saturday 28 April, 4-5pm