I LIKE IT. WHAT IS IT?
“An exhibition at KK Outlet celebrating the launch of Anthony Burrill’s new book of the same name. For the first time a selection of his best-known works have been repurposed exclusively for a new book of posters published by Laurence King on heavyweight art paper and a sticker sheet in special inks. On the back of each poster is a description of the project and comments on Burrill’s work from key collaborators.” — kkoutlet.com
Who doesn’t like the work of Anthony Burrill?! Make sure you head down to KK Outlet this Thursday for some Letterpress goodness!
Private View: 7th November
Dates: 8th November – 27th November
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“Adrian Johnson’s ‘Basilicas’ is a series of prints that celebrate the form and function of classic cameras, in which the first nine images in this on going project focus on cameras by Leica, Hasselblad, Rolleiflex, Mamiya, Olympus, Linhof and Polaroid.
The series is titled ‘Basilicas’ as a nod to the likeness of these cameras to cathedrals. With towering lenses and dark chambers, each is strongly architectural. Through his work, Adrian relates the photographer’s instrument to great places of worship. The name also references less literal characteristics that camera and cathedral share. Both capture people – one in a moment in time, the other in reverential awe.”— Kemistry Gallery
Another one of my personal favourites; a talented fella and humble with it! Head down to Kemistry next Thursday for what looks to be a great show. Prints will be available to pre-order on the night or through this site from 1st August.
Private View: 25th July
Dates: 25th July – 27th July
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We’ve all been there, you have an idea for a technique, you keep it on the back burner to mull it over for a while until you’ve refined the overall idea to be the best it can be, then leave it for a while and totally forget about it.
Then since you’ve left it for so long you see a project that encapsulates everything you had planned and then some, all done in what can only be described as an amazing execution.
Illustrator & Designer Alex Trochut has created these wonderful series of portraits titled Binary Prints, where he’s collaborated with some of the world ‘premiere electronic musicians of our time’ along with photographers Chris Rubino & Marc Ambros.
‘Trochut called on James Murphy, Caribou, Four Tet, Damian Lazarus, Acid Pauli, John Talabot, Lucy and others to create a series of portraits that explore people behind the music…These nocturnal portraits “wake up” in the dark, just as Djs “come alive” a night, as do audiences under the spell of their music.’
The prints will be available to buy online soon with 30% of the profits going to charities chosen by the individual musicians.
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