Signal Gallery has packed up and relocated to a brand new space only a stones throw away on Paul Street. The new gallery space in Zetland House promises to be more than three times the size of the Curtain Road space which will allow the gallery the scope to put on much bigger and more ambitious exhibitions.To launch the new gallery space they will be kicking off with a new collection of works from Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills).
"In this his second show at Signal, ‘Subsidiary’, he will be exploring some dark emotions and abiding preoccupations concerning ‘inner demons that do their best to affect everything I do’. Not being the type of artist that ‘feels the need to bang drums and shout my view across’, the show will focus powerfully on the personal, as opposed to the socio-political preoccupations of many of other artists in the Urban Art scene."
The private view will take place on the 18 November at their new gallery space from 6pm. The show will open to the public on the 19 November with the show running until the 7 December.
Signal Gallery | 32 Paul Street | London| EC2A 4LB
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