It’s a HAUS full of intrigue – Chopped up money, amazing vintage sofas, a human sized apple, giant paintings of our lovely Queen, organic sculptures growing in the bathroom, and a ‘kitchen sculpture’ made from a pile of fragile, ephemeral egg shells.
ArtHAUS opened last month, and I’d like to say a big thank you to all those who came along. If you didn’t make it there’s another chance to meet the artists at a private view & press viewing next Thursday. It has been fantastic to get such great coverage from the likes of Art Review and Guardian, for both the show as a whole and my own series of Ha’dollar artworks which Londonist noted as “hypnotic dissections and re-arrangements of one dollar bills that make you question what you’re seeing”. (see more press here).
The show’s charismatic curator Ryan Lanji also interviewed me about my practice of cutting up money.
Where: The Execution Room, DegreeArt, 12a Vyner Street, London, E2 9DG
Transforming the traditional notion of the group show. ArtHAUS is not just an exhibition but is also considered an immersive installation work in its own right. (More info).
RSVP for the Private View: info@DegreeArt.com, I hope to see you in the ArtHAUS soon!
New small drawings collection – now available: