22 OCTOBER 2011 – 13 JANUARY 2012
FORM GALLERY, PERTH
Storm Thorgerson’s BIG & SMALL illustrates the vast diversity of format now facing music designers, from billboards to digital downloads and postage stamps. In particular the show features enormous high quality fine art prints at 5 foot square of album covers from Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Muse, The Mars Volta et al derived from original art and individually supervised. BIG & SMALL also displays more manageable sized prints of recent work including Pendulum, The Wombats, Younger Brothers plus more familiar works from Black Sabbath, Peter Gabriel, Steve Miller, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin etc.
BIG & SMALL is on at Idea Generation Gallery until 13th Nov 2011.
‘Borough & Lane’ New Works On Paper By Evan Hecox on show at Stolen Space gallery, Bricklane until November 27th.
In his newest body of work Evan Hecox has concentrated, for the first time, on the city of London. The city makes for deep and appropriate subject matter for the artist, with it’s intricate network of neighborhoods, streets, canals and old buildings that form the backdrop for it’s bustling population. He has sought out areas that are less traveled by tourists and has focused instead on parts of former industrial and working-class London, going east to Shoreditch and Hoxton, to the side-streets of Camden Town, along Regent’s Canal and south to Brixton and Battersea, as well as traversing the streets and underground of the city center.
MC now has a new gallery category… Just for the galleries MC thinks are worth a visit.
For the first post we have Nelly Duff on Columbia Rd, London. The have some great original artworks and prints on their walls by a massive list of artists including banksy, chris bourke, eine, faile, matthew small, mr bingo & tracy kendall.