We are away for a few days and not sure what our internet connection will be like so it might be a little quiet here for a few days. It's typical that will will be away later today Thursday 05th on what looks set to one of the busiest nights in London for show openings. Here is a quick round up of what's opening tonight 5th November.
Our friend and super talented lady Chloe Early opens at StolenSpace (blogged here) with her new show entitled Clouded Apollo.
Again another super talented lady, this time Illustrator Geneviéve Gauckler who is opening at Kemistry Gallery. (blogged Here)
Illustrator Mcbess opens at Concrete Hermit Gallery (blogged here)
Represent, a fund raising Exhibition with an amazing line up of portrait artists including some of our favs like Swoon, Elbow Toe and Mat Small opens at Blackall Studios (blogged here)
David Le Fleming solo show at the Signal Gallery (blogged here)
Joy Of Toy exhibition opens and will be the first UK vinyl toy expo at the East Gallery on Brick Lane (blogged here)
Also opening at the Blackall Studios is the SquRITY.COM SHOW more info here
And if you managed not to get your fill of Art, culture and free booze then head over to The Brick Lane Gallery who will open on Friday 6th November with a show in association with BLink and will feature a site specific installation by the artists Sweet Toof, Tek 33, Rowdy and Cept. More info over on their website here.
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