Brooklyn vs. London, collage exhibition, 12th – 27th June 2015

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Something in the Attic is pleased to invite you to Brooklyn vs. London, a collage exhibition in which seven Brooklyn artists meet their London counterparts. Exploring themes of perception and identity, the show will unite an existing community: the Brooklyn Collage Collective with a group of carefully selected London artists who range from a daytime postman to RCA graduates.

Brooklyn Artists: Mike DeSutter, Lizzie Gill, Daniel Greer, Morgan Lappin, Kieran Madden, Jay Riggio and Sajjad

London Artists: Anthony Gerace, Adam Hale, Gareth Halliday, Flynn Cameron Jones, Anna Bu Kliewer, Claire Pestaille and Michelle Thompson

A soundtrack created by British music producer Ruf Dug will accompany the exhibition, providing a parallel to collage in the form of sampling cuts of both popular and obscure music from New York and London’s rich history of cultural cross-pollination.

Developing the notion of collage beyond visual art, a series of events will take place during the 2-week exhibition:

Collage & Music, in which music collective ReviveHER invite guest DJs to create a sound collage based on New York and London records played through a TPI audiophile sound system.

Collage & Dining, in which Michelin star chef, Omar Romero creates a 6 course meal inspired by New York and London.

Exhibition facts

Private View: Thursday 11th June, 6.30 – 9pm
Collage & Music: Sunday 21st June, 3 – 9pm
Collage & Dining: Monday 22nd June, 7 – 11pm, Advance Booking, £40
Opening Hours: Fri 12th June – Sat 27th June, Mon – Sat, 10am – 7pm
Location: Carousel, 1st Floor, 71 Blandford Street, London, W1U 8AB
By appointment only: cedric@somethingintheattic.co.uk

For more information please read our press release.

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