UNION JACK AS PART OF LAND OF KINGS FESTIVAL




 

Curated by Mathew Humphrey & Inspired by Christina Mitrentse’ ongoing print series ‘FLAG I/UNION JACK’.  A group show as part of Land of Kings Festival.

 

Bardens Boudoir

Private Viewing:  Thursday 28th April, 6-9pm

Exhibition dates:  28th April -1st June

36 Stoke Newington Road, London, N16

www.bardensboudouir.co.uk/ t: 07708224763

www.christinamitrentse.com,  www.landofkings.co.uk/art-interactive.html

 

Inspired by Christina Mitrentse’s ongoing Book art series entitled ‘Flag I- Union Jack’, artists from diverse disciplines have been invited to create print based works ranging from conceptual fine art to graphic/ illustrative. Taking place in the new Bardens Boudoir  (above The Nest) the exhibition considers both social and political approaches in relation to the Royal wedding celebrations. Humphrey’s curatorial direction has resided in this venue since its opening last year and now he brings together this contrasting group of east end artists to give their conceptual interpretation  and visually  re-invent the UK’s iconic flag.

       
   
 

Participating Artists – Alex Noble, Deer Wolf Wolf, Amanda Moss (Corsica Studios), Chaos vs Cosmos, Christina Mitrentse, Daniel Speight, Heretic Print Studio, Jonas Ranson, Mathew Humphrey, Michael Hampton, Luke Embden ,+ many more tbc        

 

Duration 28 April 2011 - 01 June 2011
Times PRIVATE VIEW 6-10PM THURSDAY 28TH
Cost Free
Venue BARDENS BOUDOIR
Address 36 Stoke Newington Road, London, N16 London N16, ,
Contact www.bardensboudouir.co.uk/ t: 07708224763 / www.christinamitrentse.com, / www.christinamitrentse.com, www.landofkings.co.uk/art-interactive.html

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