Posted by Geoff June 04, 2008
Over the weekend I finally got myself down to Brick Lane Gallery for a look at the joint show by wall-botherers Â©opyÂ®ight and Hush - blame Flickr's crapness for the lateness of this post!!Over the weekend I finally got myself down to Brick Lane Gallery for a look at the joint show by wall-botherers Â©opyÂ®ight and Hush - blame Flickr's crapness for the lateness of this post!!
Upstairs you're greeted by the first part of show - Hush's "Disgraced" offerings featuring his trademark anime style pieces. His Graff Geisha's and Tit Terror canvases are beautiful in person - very detailed and bloody huge to boot! Most of his pieces were sold by Saturday (not that I have Â£2k to drop on canvas!).
Downstairs is Â©opyÂ®ight's "Romance Fiction" show - a mixture of prints, original canvas pieces and some stunning laser etched skatedecks. Kate Moss "Queen of Hearts" is a bit of recurring theme for this show on a gold/black print limited to just 5 pieces (all sold!) and a couple of canvases. I like a lot of his street art but for some reason some of the work - the "Queen" pieces aside - weren't really doing it for me. Overall though a very good, compact and quality show that's definitely worth a look in you're in the area - the show runs for about another 2 weeks.
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