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ART IN MIND
@ The Brick Lane Gallery
2 - 13 April
Opening. 1 April 6.30 - 8.30





Artists:
The Art Tart - Keith Ashcroft - Zhang Fan - Ulf Frödin - Anne Hanno-Nagel - Aviva Meromy - Pedro Matos - Colin McKenzine - Belinda Nailon -David C Williams - Nurdan Karasu Gokce & Nazim Mehmet from Erciyes University



The Brick Lane Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition " Art in Mind " featuring a mix of Urban, Street, Graphic and Contemporary artists.

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“VIA BRICK LANE”
12th December 2008 - 5th January 2009
Private View Thursday 11th December, 6-9pm

“Via BrickLane”, a group show of Italian urban/street artists. 108 -
Alessandria -
El Gato Chimney -
Orticanoodles -
Ozmo -
Pho -
Santy -
Termine Growth -
Lucamaleonte -
Sten/Lex -

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ART IN MIND
Contemporary art group show
13th - 24th November
Peter Thompson - Sylvie Arlaud - Alla Moriceau - Carey Sheffield - Felicia Fletcher - Laura Cassette - Fazakas Zsolt - Bridget Fahy - Rob Forlani

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Jon Hammer
‘A Moment of Watching Something’
28th November - 8th December
Jon Hammer's debut exhibition ‘A Moment of Watching Something’ will take place at The Brick Lane Gallery, London E1, 12-7pm, 28th November- 8th December 2008.

Now a self taught artist of technical virtuosity, he started his career on the Underground railway during London's graffiti's 'Golden-Age’ between 1986-1988.

ART IN MIND
Contemporary art group show
13th - 24th November
Peter Thompson - Sylvie Arlaud - Alla Moriceau - Carey Sheffield - Felicia Fletcher - Laura Cassette - Fazakas Zsolt - Bridget Fahy - Rob Forlani

HIP ART
2nd -8th September
Street Art Group
Featuring Artists
Neverwork -
SPQR -
L.E.T. -
BANDIT -
K-GUY -
Pam Glew -
Dogbyte -
Irony -
Maya -
EYESAW -
Kendra Binney -
R1 -
Ben Allen -
Charles Dada -

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FREE FOR WALL! part 3
Street Art Group Show
14 - 18 August
Bird -
Bortusk Leer -
Andy Council -
H.O.P.E. -
Jeepers -
Dan Kitchener -
Aidan Law -
Jamie McLeod -
Senso -
Static -
Sten & Lex -
Termine -

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ART IN MIND
Contemporary art group show
20th August - 1st September
Sarah Beetson - Esti Eini -
Steve Rack -
Peter Ellison -
Sonia Fernandez - MonoPhotography-
Liviu Epuras -
Gary Monitto - Odette Farrell - Jaufran - Joaquim Figuerola -

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FREE FOR WALL! Part 2
11th - 28th July
Street Art Group Show
Agent Provocateur
Carlos Zuniga -
Andrighetti -
Ben Lawson -
Data Done -
Jen -
Max Wiedemann -
Part2ism-
R1-
Rodrigo Souto -


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CONFESSIONS OF A TIGER
1st to the 7th of July
The Brick Lane Gallery will host a group show of contemporary Irish artists exploring contemporary Irish culture.

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FREE FOR WALL! Part 1
24th - 30th June
FREE FOR WALL PART 1
Dan Kitchener Jonny P - Lewis Campbell - Finbarr Notte - Beejoir
One Quarter
Gemma Compton Drew Morley
David Le Fleming Moenipulation Sunil Pawar

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BURNING BRIDGES
Burning Bridges
13th June – 22nd June
Showcasing some of the hottest established and emerging artists in the urban art movement today including Stormie Mills, Alexandros Vasmoulakis, Matt Small, Cum*, Herakut, Mantis and Kareem Lotfy, Ethos, Bruno 9LI, Labrona...

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COPYRIGHT AND HUSH
27th may - 2nd June
The hotly anticipated show fearured original works and prints by London based Street artists Copyright and Hush.

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PEACE CAMP

Brick Lane Gallery is pleased to present Peace Camp, a group show hosted by Bob & Roberta Smith which explores our perception and vision of Peace.

The exhibition will bring together over 100 established and emerging artists including Wolfgang Tillmans, Bob and Roberta Smith, Gavin Turk, Jason Shulman, Shane Bradford, Mary Zygouri, Mattia Paganelli, Ryan Booth, Ellie Howitt, Keith Ball, Alan Miller, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Andrew Mummery, Thom Driver, Rebecca Meanley-Eyre, Velika Janceva, Mike Newton, Eduard Bigas, Mark McGowan, Maria Chevska, Seb Patane, Sue Golden, Rebecca Taber, Lucy Harrison and Leigh Clarke all treating the notion of Peace through different mediums and disciplines.

At this time of global tension, Bob and Roberta Smith, The Fucks and The Brick Lane Gallery warmly invite you to set aside your fighting spirit and experience our ‘Peace Camp’: a rich and varied art utopia in London’s East End. Running from the 2nd to the 31st of December this year, Peace Camp will unite the cream of contemporary creativity in a series of talks, exhibitions and performances motivated by a contemplative and probing spirit which asks: “What is your vision of peace?”

Each day for the duration of this festive period, a separate musician, politician, writer or artist will camp out at Brick Lane Gallery exploring the notion of peace through his or her chosen medium; whilst surrounded with a plethora of work by established and fresh artists documenting this theme. The Fucks will exclisively perform live at the private view on Friday 1st December at 8.30pm - a show not to be missed.

Scheduled events include Bob and Roberta Smith listening to the radio for Peace, poetry by Micalef, printing for peace with Leigh Clarke, music by the F*cks, performances by Mark McGowan, Fletcher Boote, Bob Aldous, James Kelly, Charlie Tweed, Russel Thoburn, Verity Keefe, Grace Adam, Jo Jang, MD Williams, Victor Mount, Ingrid Plum, Verity Keefe and John Wild, talk by Freee, drawing by Rebecca Taber, projections by Ceri Buck and Marcin Gajewski , workshops by Frog Morris, Rebecca Meanley-Eyre and Miriam Halahmy, sculpting by Robin Bale and music by Jemma Freeman who will be writing the Peace anthem.
Exhibited work will include Wolfgang Tillmans, Bob and Roberta Smith, Gavin Turk, Jason Shulman, Shane Bradford, Mary Zygouri, Mattia Paganelli, John Cussans, Ryan Booth, Ellie Howitt, Keith Ball, Alan Miller, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Andrew Mummery, Thom Driver, Rebecca Meanley-Eyre, Velika Janceva, Mike Newton, Eduard Bigas, Mark McGowan, Maria Chevska, Seb Patane,Mili Muritu, Richard Priestley, Camille Van De Velde, Marcus Cope and Stephanie Moran, Stephen Bishop, Tamara Dubriyckyj, Stephen Bishop and many many more as well as a city-wide gallery ceasefire day on the 21 st December.







Brick Lane Gallery is pleased to present Stare, a group show addressing and challenging the traditional portrait. The exhibition brings together work by five painters all exploring the figurative portrait with a concern for distortion and deformation.
Artists exhibiting include: SCOTT EVERINGHAM, LUIS GALÁN, CHAMBLISS GIOBBI, JONATHAN JOUBERT, MIKE NEWTON AND SAUL ZANOLARI.


Fashion Stories

Fashion Photography exhibition, in association with the London Design Festival
Photographers include: Stuart Weston, Robert Allen, Tina Tahir, Micky Modo, Danielle Horn, Christopher Sims, Tony Taglianetti, Oleg Micheyev, Elisabeth Hoff and Frank Herholdt.

8th September - 24th September 2006



Our History

An Exhibition of original & editioned graphic art prints 1988-2006

27th September - 8th October 2006


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