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Skullphone at Ivory & Black

LA based artist Skullphone heads to London this week for the launch of his much-anticipated solo exhibition in conjunction with the XXXXXX XXXXXXXX at Ivory & Black. Here’s what to expect.

Comprised of Skullphone’s hand-painted Digital Media series and sculpture installation, London, XX12 encapsulates the spirit of the XXXXXXX XXXXX within the context of contemporary Great Britain. Reflection paintings depict the United Kingdom’s celebration and tumult. Rectangular paintings show Skullphone’s “advertisement” in rotation with British branding. The adjoining sculpture installation features a work cast from the artist’s foot and adorned with customized running socks — a reflective display of street art, studio practice and marketability — equally representing mankind’s life on the run and the eternal desire for faster, higher, stronger.

Private view with the artist opens on Friday 20th at Ivory & Black – 94 Berwick St, Soho.
RSVP at rsvp@ivoryandblack.com

Well worth checking out – in the meantime why not trip out to this picture.

Gin & Juice @ Ivory & Black

The good folk at Ivory & Black in Soho are opening an exciting new group show tomorrow and with a line up including one of my all time favourite artists, James Jean, as well as Andrew Schoultz, Richard Colman and more, its well worth checking out!

For more info on the show head over to the Ivory & Black site here


Cheryl Dunn at Ivory & Black

Ivory & Black Soho proudly presents “Sometimes the Answer”, a new show by Cheryl Dunn, which will be the debut exhibition of the new gallery in London’s Soho. The exhibition, opening on Friday, 23rd March, will feature a wide range of photographs from Dunn’s 30 years of signature documentation. In the artist’s words, “At first it may seem ambiguous, but I think it is timely… given the political climate in the world and our inundation with media, collective sanity is very difficult. Nothing is cut and dry, so the answer needs to come from within. When I feel insane, I head to the streets.” Dunn lets her photographic instinct guide this selection of work, inviting the viewer to draw their own conclusions, revise their opinions, or see things in a new light. “I’m a huntress, only I hunt for images, and that’s how I approach shooting ” The works are united by Dunn’s uncanny ability to keep her finger on the pulse of contemporary American youth. The exhibition will be accompanied by the release of a limited edition artist’s book of Dunn’s photographs.