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The Mine Presents… BETWEEN THE LINES


‘Between The Lines’ is an all new urban contemporary group show at The Mine, Dubai, curated by Rom Levy, featuring Andrew Schoultz, Kenton Parker, RETNA, Andrew Faris, Paul Insect, BAST, eL Seed, Jenny Sharaf and Word to Mother.


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The Faile Bast Deluxx Fluxx Arcade 2010…

VNA turned up to both locations of Lazarides gallery on Thursday night for the launch party of the Faile Retrospective show and The Faile Bast Deluxx Fluxx Arcade 2010. The Faile show is great. So nice to see some classic Faile prints and some vintage stuff I have never seen before. The Arcade show on Greek street is out of this world though…

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Faile and bast TONIGHT!

This looks sweeeeet…

It opens tonight over on Greek Street with a faile retrospective show at the Rathbone spot. Info…

To kick-start the 2010 programme, Lazarides is proud to present a rare treat in the form of Faile, Brooklyn’s infamous collaborative duo. Bringing their unique vision to London and featuring long-time collaborator, Bast, the two floors of Lazarides Greek Street gallery will be taken over for a truly experiential exhibition.

Haunts of 80s populist culture inspire the distinctive concept show. Faile and Bast’s
signature elements will resound throughout the galleries, no nook left uncovered, creating an explosively immersive installation. Interaction with a variety of participatory components will be encouraged among gallery visitors along with the added bonus of being able to purchase Faile artworks for a mere £2, unless that is, you want to use them within the exhibition, intrigued? You should be.

A hop, skip and jump away at Lazarides’ Rathbone gallery will be a 10-year retrospective of Faile’s work. Having emerged on the New York scene in the late 90s, they’ve gathered a firm following over the years with their flypostered vision transforming many a street the world over. Creating original imagery from an array of pop culture, their practice amalgamates: prints, paintings, collage, sculpture, murals and urban interventions.