It’s the middle of the month Thursday meaning it’s not First Thursday, meaning you got to work a little harder to find those Shoreditch urban art openings. This time next month they’ll be telling you what to buy your significant other for Christmas; the month after they’ll be asking you if you’ve bought it then December it’s all pop up group shows and panic buying dashed off art at stupid prices. Maybe this is the time to think ahead. Shoreditch Street Art Tour likes to help you with that, on roughly a24 hours horizon, lets plan ahead. One night at a time yeah…… this is what you should be doing tomorrow night (or tonight if you are wasting work time planning your social diary).
ALO and OTHERS: NOTIONS OF THE STREET
Now this is where I am going to be. Anyone who has been on a Shoreditch Street Art Tour will have heard me say “and now…my favourite street artist”, and now, the first show by ALO that I will have been too.
CULTIVATE, VYNER STREET
corner of Vyner Street and Mowlem St, London, E2 9HE
Saki and Bitches: The Orchid and The White Foxes
I so much want this all to myself that I am thinking of telling you all the wrong date and the right location, or maybe the right date and the wrong location 😉 Don’t miss it.
Silwex House Quaker Street London E1 6SN
Signal Gallery – it’s A Stick Up
Dale and Chris seem to be really busy these days. Let me reproduce the blurb in its entirety: “These new special edition books have customised cover artworks by the world’s most remarkable and celebrated street artists. Presented in a special screen printed box there will only be 10 by each artist available.” ACE, Dale Grimshaw, HIN, Pablo Delgado and Paul Insect, so I guess there must bme 50 copies available if my maths AND my English are up to snuff.
Signal Gallery, 32 Paul St, London EC2A 4LB
The London Art Book Fair 2013
“Enjoy exclusive previews of new artists’ books, catalogues, rare publications and zines from a host of international exhibitors. With screenings, conversations and talks by leading artists and authors “ it says here. It’s never too late to learn to read.
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7Q
all photos nicked from the respective galleries copious advertising.