SFSA studio member Rod Hunt completes illustration artwork for his 2nd Where’s Stig? book!
Rod Hunt is a London based Illustrator who has built a reputation for retro tinged Illustrations & detailed character filled landscapes with UK & international clients in publishing, design, advertising & new media, for everything from book covers to advertising campaigns, & even the odd large scale installation too! He’s also the artist behind the bestselling Top Gear book Where’s Stig?, and Chairman of the Association of Illustrators (AOI) Selected Client List;Barclays, BBC, British Airways, Computer Arts Magazine, Daily Telegraph, Dorling Kindersley, Financial Times, FHM, Maxim, The Observer, Orange, Sunday Times, Tatler, Tescos, Time Inc, Vodafone, We Are What We Do
SFSA studio member Daisy Delaney will be opening Payne Shurvell gallery’s four-part exhibition 4by4 – in association with Neville Brody’s Anti-Design Festival. Part 1 Dreams of Desire – 08/09 until 11/09 – Dasiy Delaney. Private View Wednesday 8th September 6-8pm.
16 Hewett Street, London EC2A 3NN
SFSA studio member David Bray will be taking part in Boy Soldiers - A Group Show by Schoony - A collaboration of over 30 street, contemporary and fine artists who have customised Schoony’s iconic “Boy Soldier” in an exhibition that will spark high emotion in this time of political war.
Full details here: http://tristanschoonraad.com/
David Bray: http://www.davidbray.eu/
SFSA Hackney Road studios member Betsy Dadd is showing new works as part of Because we are small, a group show at Flowers gallery, 21 Cork Street, London. Other artists exhibiting, Jane Edden, Kleio Gizeli and Tim Lewis.
‘Betsy Dadd’s animations utilise the frame as a means of harnessing a fugitive imagery that dances on the edges of visual fixity. Dadd’s moving pictures – aggregate anatomies of drawings, prints and erasures – flirt with transience by highlighting the smudges, tears, folds and shifts that are the joints which constitute the whole’
Because we are small 11th Aug – 11 Sept 2010. Flowers, 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ
Full details here: http://www.flowersgalleries.com/home/
SFSA member Binda new project ‘Unhung’
‘Unhung’ is made up of two separate shows. The Unhung Exhibition, which is taking place right now all over the world and will form part of the second showcase – an installation of great Unhungness held in mid November at Second Floor Studios & Arts, both are intended to be a humorous observation on the processes involved in becoming an ‘artist’.
What accolades must we achieve in order to be classified and identified correctly? Who do we choose as Validators, or who chooses them and how can subjective validation be authentic? On a crude level all systems sort, classify and identify, we need to be separated and sorted (like animals) to keep the system working. This keeps our complex structures and systems chugging away towards… what?
Location: Isle of Nowhere
As I seek to validate my own expression, I wonder who will be my Validator and in what ‘box’ will I be placed. Because the art system is a juxtaposing wonderland and subjectivity can be questioned, then it’s more likely that I choose my own validation process, which ultimately, makes me the Validator of my own domain.
See the Unhung Exhibitions at http://www.unhung.co.uk/