Current Exhibitions Map



Exhibitions


SEVEN DEADLY SINS

The Unit from 11 April

7 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9LL.

Watch the trailer about Pride made by The Unit London, featuring myself and Jake Hold. The short film was directed by Chas Apetti, of Lost Boyz productions, who has previously shot Tinie Tempah and Tinchy Stryder. This should give a good insight into the mood of the 7 Deadly Sins show; there will be 7 films in total, featuring some of the artists involved.

New work is being made specifically for the exhibition by a number of cutting edge artists, including Ivan Alifan, Fabian Ciraolo, Tom Fren ch, Pam Glew, Carne Griffiths, Ryan Hewett, Mr Jago, George Morton-Clark, Rowan Newton, Carrie Reichardt, Ben Slow, SNIK, Mason Storm,  MATOX, Kristian Von Hornsleth and Jake Wood-Evans based on one of the 7 Deadly Sins.

Catalogue is online here



 


Unit 7
     
  CURRENT GALLERY STOCKISTS:

UK

The Unit 7

7 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9LL, UK

Open every day.

The Unit 7 has a good selection of Pam Glew originals from large to small and framed limited editions.

Original artwork stocked at Unit 7:
'Peacock'
2014, 'Pass the Crown' 2014 , 'Masquerade' 2014

Editions
stocked at Unit 7: 'Swan', 'Out of the Water' on union jack, 'Absent Lover'.

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Ben Oakley Gallery - LONDON

Director: Ben Oakley, 9 Turnpin Lane, Greenwich, SE10 9JA

Thurs - Sun 11am - 6pm
07976 692 751


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Ben Oakley
     



   Rook and Raven - LONDON

Directors: Rachelle Lunnon & Richard Grindy

2R Art Ltd, 7-8 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1HN.

Tuesday - Friday 11.00am - 6.30pm
Saturdays - 11am - 5pm
0207 323 0805





EUROPE

Able & Baker - COLOGNE, GERMANY
Director: Penelope Sonder, Able & Baker, Germany
ablebakergallery(at)googlemail.com

 
Able & Baker
     



Thinkspace
   
 
USA

Thinkspace Gallery - LOS ANGELES
6009 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232, California, USA
Tel: (310) 558-3375
contact(at)thinkspacegallery.com





CARE OF WORK


Framed
The work is mostly sold framed, and glazed which protects the work from dust. As with any artwork keep out of direct sunlight, and also away from direct heat

Unframed

If you have an unframed piece they are also easy to care for, as with any artwork keep out of direct sunlight and also away from direct heat, just the same as any canvas painting. Most of the work is made with dye and bleach and all the pigments used are colour fast, light fast and often washable. If you need your unframed textile to be cleaned, please contact a reliable restorer or the artist stating the original artwork's title and the artist will let you know whether your work is fully washable.

 
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