For two weeks. opening on First Thursday July 4th, we intend filling Cultivate with art flavoured pink. Over the past 20 months we’ve turned ther space red, blue, gold, black, green, deep purple (we’ve resisted the temptation of white), this time things are turning pink,
Everything pink while questioning the colour and what it means (pink is;nt just another colour is it?). Once again we plan a busy hang, an energetic art show, walls (and plinths) alive with energy, with pop art colour, contemporary thought, painterly restraint, street art attitude, bold photography, vivid brush strokes, abstract beauty…
PINK will be the 23rd in an unbroken run of First Thursday shows on our corner right in the middle of Vyner Street..
Artists featured this time: ALO, BEN NAZ, COUNTESS PASHA DU VALENTINE, D7606. DONELLE CAIMI. EDIE MURRAY. EMMA HARVEY. FRIKKX. GA RAM KIM. GIUSI TOMOSELLO, JEANNIE BROWN. JESSICA BALLANTYNE, JULIA MADDISON, KAY BAINBRIDGE WILKINSON, LYNNE BLACKBURN. MICHAEL MACKENNEY. MICHELLE MILDENHALL. 1STOP. RACHAEL BLACKWELL, RUTH PHILO, SEAN WORRALL, SIXONESIX and TIM SKINNER
Cultivate is an independent gallery space run by artists for artists on artists terms rather than gallery people out to cynically make money out of us artists….
Wear pink, bring pink, think pink, we open at 6pm on Thursday July 4th, we officially sta open until 9pm although we expect to be there much later. All welcome, our private views are very public, our corner door is always open, none of that ring the bell stuff, no need to RSVP or get on a list, we like to let everyone in, not lock people out…. The show runs until July 16th, usual gallery open times.
The Pink show will feature the second of three ONE HUNDRED PIECED PIECES from gallery curator Sean Worrall. A work consisting of 100 pieces, each piece for sale at £1. All one hundred pieces of The First 100 pieced piece sold in the first 30 minutes at the recent Brick Lane Art Car Boot Fair (we’re told pieces have been changing hands for far more than they sold at at the Art Fair last month – what price art?)