31 July 2017

Alex Chinneck Unveils First Permanent Artwork at Assembly London

The artist Alex Chinneck b.1984 has completed his latest monumental artwork entitled ‘Six pins and half a dozen needles’ on Assembly London.

19 February 2015

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Alex Chinneck Unveils New Southbank Centre Sculpture

The British artist Alex Chinneck today revealed his latest illusory artwork. Following 2014’s ‘floating building’ in Covent Garden, ‘Pick yourself up and pull yourself together’ sees the artist hang a new car 15 feet in the air while still attached to the road at London’s Southbank Centre. Speaking on the artwork, Alex Chinneck said, “I […]

30 October 2014

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Artist Creates Huge Melting Wax House in London

With a sizeable piece of public art; the British artist Alex Chinneck has created a two-story house made from wax in the London area of Southwark The site specific work is part of the Merge Festival 2014, Design Boom reports. The work is titled ‘A pound of flesh for 50p’ and built by the artist […]

6 August 2014

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Merge Festival Announces Art and Science Theme For This Years Event

London’s MERGE Festival has announced that this year’s theme will be ‘Art and Science’. The free programme of events will include truly innovative and ambitious works of art which celebrate science, discovery and encourage participation. MERGE is an annual arts festival which draws upon the rich heritage and contemporary culture of Bankside. For one month this […]

2 December 2013

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Alex Chinneck Flips A Georgian Building In New London Installation

London-based artist Alex Chinneck the artist who recently deconstructed the facade of a Victorian building in Margate making it appear like a rolled down blind is presenting a new installation in London. For the grand finale to the MERGE 2013 festival, the artist has created a large-scale site-specific work on a building due for demolition […]

5 October 2013

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Alex Chinneck Unveils Peeling House Facade Installation In Margate

British artist and designer Alex Chinneck has constructed one of his most ambitious installation to date where he peels the front of a four-storey red brick Victorian house in Margate away from the rest of the building. As a curving facade of bricks, windows and doors slides into the front garden of the property. The […]