Street Photography

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Pandemonia meets The Fantastic Four.

Pandemonia at Pure Evil
Private View Thursday 18th March PURE EVIL Gallery

Exhibition of four French graphite artists. REMED, GREMS, 3TTMAN and ZBIOK Curated by Daphne Polski.

Pandemonia 3TTTWorks included traditional subjects taken into a modern context. One piece was inspired was inspired by a fiftheenth century painting “Ship of fools” by Hieronymus Bosch “Das Narrenschiff”.

The painting depicts thrill seeking fools blinded by consumerism.

“More Please!” says Pandemonia.

Pure Evil Gallery

Thursday, 4 March 2010

From Floor to Sky

From floor to sky

Attending the Private view of a major British sculpture exhibition “From Floor to Sky” in Londons Ambika P3 gallery. Pandemonia was seen with her trade mark yellow inflatable hair dressed in her pop art cartoon dress. The dress was royal blue with faux white reflection stripes created in 2007.

The Show curated by Peter Kardia brought to gather British sculptures form over the last 40 years.

Given a guided VIP tour of the show from the sculpture students of London's highly acclaimed St Martins college. Pandemonia saw various pieces of work including a thermally insulated house sinking into lava, time based plaster rings with trees growing through them and a reconstructed forest of wood.

Pandemonia particularly liked the holographic tables it was a pity someone used one of them as a coffee table.

Photos sent in by Marc Abe

From Floor To Sky

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