A Resource for Performing Artists, Scholars and Audiences.
Time: June 4, 2011 to June 12, 2011
Location: The Old Abattoir, London
Street: 187-211 St John Street, Clerkenwell
City/Town: London EC1V 4LS
Website or Map: http://www.guerrillazoo.com/m…
Event Country: uk
Organized By: James Elphick of Guerrilla Zoo
Latest Activity: May 17, 2011
Modern Panic is our forth-coming exhibition, showcasing the work of provocative artists from around the world, from infamous prisoner Charles Bronson, Bolivian enfant terrible and coca-leaf artist Gaston Ugalde, taxidermy artist Iris Schieferstein, who’s hoof boots have been sought after by the likes of Lady Gaga, the provocative Kira O’Reilly, Tank Girl comic artist Rufus Dayglo, legendary tattooist Alex Binnie and over 50 artists!
Modern Panic is a well needed look into the worlds we inhabit and is designed to shake the viewer awake through a bewildering bombardment of the senses.
OPEN TO PUBLIC :
SAT 4TH JUNE - SUN 12TH JUNE 201
11am - 7pm
@ The Old Abattoir (authentic original prison & old abattoir basement building) 187-211 St John Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4LS
Nearest Tube/Train : Farringdon / Barbican / Angel
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Work will be for sale and in addition will also have a pop up gallery shop selling exclusive limited edition prints from many of our featured artists!
Private View - Friday 3rd June 2011
Live Art Happening / Meet the Artists
Adv Ticket (available via website) or By Invitation : During our Private View on Fri 3rd June, we will be presenting a Panic Happening:
Many artists will be spontaneously creating their art live in a 3 hour ‘Panic’ inspired happening, consisting of provocative and un-nerving performance art,
site specific characters, live sonic sounds, and plenty of interactive installations. ‘The Aftermath’ of this panic happening will then take the form of the exhibition.
For further information, Press Invitations to Private View, interviews, editorials and features please contact - firstname.lastname@example.org