A new artists proof has been added to the exhibition by The Connor Brothers. I Wondered If I Would Spend My Life Invented Complicated Ways To Depress Myself is one of the many amazing hand painted vintage books on show at the gallery.
Charity Print Releases
With limited availability of The Connor Brothers two new charity print releases, Whatever You Do Will Be Insignificant and We Must Be Careful About What We Pretend To Be, don't miss your chance to own one of these amazing pieces as well as helping a great cause!
The duo will be heading back to Calais next week in order to continue building shelters for the refugees. All the proceeds from the releases will go towards the materials and tools for the project, so everyone of your purchases is helping to improve the awful conditions.
So It Goes...An Exhibition by The Connor Brothers
So It Goes… by The Connor Brothers has proved extremely successful with over half the works sold already. The few pieces still available can be viewed online or come by the space to check out the works in the flesh.
Lord Mayors Show
The collage connoisseur Sir Peter Blake has captured the history of the Lord Mayors Show in his amazing new print release. The work combines imagery of Hogarth and Canaletto's historic interpretations of the event along with the parades contemporary quirkiness.
Check out some of our favourite features of the print as well as other great works by the artist...
Last week Hang-Up Gallery celebrated the highly anticipated exhibition 'So it goes...' by the internationally renown duo The Connor Brothers. The show saw the participation of Pussy Riot's activist and musician Nadya Tolokonnikova who gave an inspiring speech on her collaboration with the duo and their joint effort to raise awareness of the reality of 'The Jungle', Calais.
The event was a huge success, with more than half of the works selling before doors opened at 6pm. We would like to thank the Economist for filming the night, the Evening Standard for the great review and everyone who came down and celebrated with us.
Here's a preview of the evening, photos by our photographer Chuck Noble.
With our new exhibition So It Goes... by the Connor Brothers launching this Thursday, we are very excited to also be introducing Pussy Riot to the evening. The feminist punk group's front woman Nadya Tolokno will be giving a speech about her collaboration with the artist duo and their charity work for the refugees.
In anticipation of this fantastic evening ahead we thought we'd give you a little background to the group and how the friendship between Pussy Riot and The Connor Brothers began...
In anticipation of our new gallery launch and exhibition 'So It Goes...' by the Connor Brothers, we had the pleasure of digging a little deeper into the minds of the artist duo. In our exclusive interview we discussed details on their latest body of work, their ongoing involvement with the Refugees in Calais as well as Pussy Riot, tattoos and tainted truths...