Skullphone has a solo show opening later this month at Pedro Matos’ gallery Ivory & Black. London, XX12 will, I believe, be Skullphone’s first solo show in the UK. It opens on July 20th (6-9pm) and will run through August 24th. Whether you’re in town for the Olympics, or you want to run away from the Olympic madness for a few moments, Ivory & Black should be high on your list of galleries to run to.
Here are a few of Skullphone’s Digital Media Paintings similar to what can be expected at London, XX12…
And here’s an in-progress shot of a sculpture that will be in the show…
Photos by Ian Campbell and courtesy of Ivory & Black
This week I’ve got a rather major correction to make. A few days ago, I wrote about a piece by Jeice2 where it looked like he went over a bunch of tags with with a poster. Turns out, the poster was just taped on for the purpose of a photograph, and so the graffiti was not covered.
Anyway, here’s what I’ve been looking at this week:
Okay this is a little bit outside of Vandalog’s usual coverage, but the fantastic street photographer and filmmaker Cheryl Dunn has a show opening in London this month at a brand new gallery run by Pedro Matos called Ivory & Black. Dunn’s work was included in the Art in the Streets show at MOCA in LA last year and also in the classic documentary Beautiful Losers. Dunn’s show, Sometimes the Answer, will open on March 23rd from 6-9pm and run through April 21st. Work for the show will span Dunn’s 30-year catalog of images and there will be a book published to accompany the show.
Ivory & Black promises to be an important addition to London’s art scene. They are working with Andrew Schoultz, Cleon Peterson, Cheryl Dunn, Deanna Templeton, Ed Templeton, Geoff McFetridge, James Jean, Pedro Matos, Richard Colman, Ryan Travis Christian, Skullphone and Wes Lang.