BERLIN: The Forgers Tale picks up speed

With only two and a half weeks to go we are finally getting some of the work completed.

Images and information have been sent to the printers and we’re beginning to get excited.

The ladies on the left have only recently been completed – stay tuned to this blog for more updates and make sure you put the dates of the show in your diary.

BERLIN:The Forgers Tale The Crypt Gallery,
Euston, London

Private View 6.00-9.00 Wednesday 9th May


Exhibition Dates: 10 – 16 May 2012 – 12.00 – 7.00pm Daily


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Phill Illingworth at WW Gallery

Here’s a short video from the private view of Phil Illingworth’s  new show ‘Frightening Albert’ at WW Gallery – the place was packed which made it difficult to see the work – so I shall have to make another visit – the work looks fascinating and I want to know more!



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An image for Easter weekend

An image for the Easter weekend

Here’s an interesting image for the easter weekend – Happy egg hunting everyone!
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New Facebook Cover image

Here’s our new facebook cover image advertising our show ‘BERLIN: The Forgers Tale’ at The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Rd, London NW1 2BA 10th-16th May 2012

Private View – 6.00-9.00pm Wednesday 9th May 2012

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BERLIN: The Forgers Tale - The Crypt Gallery - 10th-16th may 2012


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Paul Fryer at Pertwee Anderson & Gold

 We attempted to see this show last week but turned up too early – they don’t open till 11.00. But I’m glad we made the effort to try again this week.

I like this gallery, always pleasant & helpfull and providing interesting shows – this one fits in nicely, although I wasn’t sure what to expect after viewing the neon light installation at the door (somehow neon doesn’t do much for me). As you pass through the maze of dimly lit rooms there are great, mind-boggling things to see – I defy anyone not to be fascinated by the spinning cup of tea/coffee on the table downstairs, or try to figure out how the photo-based imagery glows and changes as you walk around them. But my favourite thing is in the small room downstairs – but for that you need to visit!

Here’s a short video preview of the show

Paul Fryer – ‘The Electric Sky’ – Pertwee Anderson & Gold until 3rd May 2012




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Patrick Keiller at Tate Britain

After our essential morning Pret stop the first thing on our agenda was Patrick Keiller’s show at Tate Britain – here’s a short video of what’s on offer.

I will be reviewing the show soon.

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PV Invite for ‘The Forgers Tale

BERLIN:The Forger’s Tale PV Invite



It’s a late night finishing off the PV invite design ready to send to the printers in the morning.

But with plenty of caffeine breaks we managed to create a design we were both happy with.
Celebratory choc bars all round!!
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WhatHo! Off to The Jolly Old Studio with Us

An idealised 50’s image of our treking to the studio – Hoorah!!

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Sitting with Granny

Sitting with Granny

Here’s an odd photo from our collection – Granny’s obviously schooling junior in the polite art of promenading and found the need to take a break – but won’t let junior out of her grasp!

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Spring has arrived

The weather makes all the difference – and today has proved it.

When it’s sunny and the temperature is comfortable  it’s easy to slow down and enjoy life, a walk into town with a short stop for coffee and a toasted sandwich at one of our favourite breakfast haunts we began to rummagie around the antiques market in Covent Garden – successfully purchasing more old photos, a fistfull of 1920’s German Marks & a selection of bone dice – all in aid of our fast approaching solo show at The Crypt Gallery, Euston (BERLIN-A Forgers Tale).

The weather played an important role today – providing a relaxing pace to wander and source the material for the work and open our eyes to the things happening around us. Our next stop – Soho, where we walked straight into a film crew preparing for a 1950’s/60’s based scene, the whole road was full of antique cars and odd looking characters in period costume – we shffled into an antique magazine shop and came away with a couple of 1930’s French cinema mags!

Time for another coffee, but this time it came with cake and a nice view of St. James’ Park – full of flowers, tourists, pigeons and geese.

Refreshed and eager to get back to work we headed for home via Westminster Abbey where we met an excited old eccentric preparing for a ‘royal watch’ experience (Commonwealth Day), then stopping off at Tate Britain for a spot of Picasso before a long walk along the river in our great Spring sun.

Here’s a short video of part of our day:

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