I’d like to thank everyone who made it to Andrew McAttee’s pop-up exhibition on the 25th & 26th of October. We had over 400 visitors during the 2 day event, including press, members of the auction houses and avid collectors of McAttee’s work. On Thursday evening we released the exclusive OHHHHMY! giclee print whilst DJ and producer, Nicholas Feel created a soundtrack to the art. On Friday evening I gave a talk on Andrew McAttee’s work, which was followed by a fundraising party for London-based charity Kith & Kids (no. 1080972) which went on until the early hours of Saturday morning. We still have selected … Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew McAttee, Bonhams, Cedric Bardawil, Christie's, DJ Red Greg, Exhibition, Graffiti, Nicholas Feel, Notting Hill, Ohhhhmy, Something in the Attic, Sotheby's, Street Art, Urban Art
We’ve chosen London-based DJ and producer, Nicholas Feel to create a live soundtrack to Andrew McAttee’s Art on the 25th & 26th of October 2012. In this short video Nicholas takes us to an obscure record shop where he sources samples and discovers hidden gems. Nicholas Feel X Something in the Attic from Something in the Attic on Vimeo.
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Tagged Andrew McAttee, DJ, Electronic Music, Haggle Records, Nicholas Feel, nick hadfield, Producer, Something in the Attic, Soundtrack, Street Art, Urban Art, Vinyl
Cedric Bardawil: How did you go from graffiti into studio work, and when did this transition take place? Andrew McAttee: My transformation from graffiti artist to fine artist began to take shape when I was studying at Central Saint Martin’s between 1992 and 1995. During this period I would paint graffiti on walls whilst creating more accepted forms of art on canvas at college, this is also when I developed my knowledge of art and art history. CB: How has your style evolved, and where does your inspiration come from? AM: I think my style has become much more graphic over the years, there has … Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew McAttee, Cedric Bardawil, Elms Lesters, Exhibition, Fine Art, Giclee, Graffiti, Interview, October 2012, Ohhhhmy, Print, Studio, Urban Art
In anticipation for our exhibition with Andrew McAttee on the 25th and 26th of October 2012, we’d like to share some footage from the previous Something in the Attic event which took place in June 2012. Footage in the Attic from Something in the Attic on Vimeo.
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Tagged Bumpkin, David Shillinglaw, DJ Stavef, Exhibition, June 2012, Live Drawing, London, Notting Hill, Pop-up, Something in the Attic, Street Art, Urban Art
We are pleased to announce our next show with Andrew McAttee on the 25th and 26th of October 2012. You may be familiar with Andrew’s work from his early years with Elms Lesters Painting Rooms (1997 – 2007) where he exhibited alongside Ron English, Adam Neate, Space Invader, Dalek and Delta – or perhaps you’ve seen his more recent work for Sony Playstation. Andrew McAttee was recently featured in the London Metro for his upcoming auction at Bonhams Urban Art auction in LA (see excerpt below). What stands out is his brave use of colour, providing the viewer “an imaginative glimpse into another world”, he … Continue reading
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Tagged Abstract Expressionism, Adam Neate, Andrew McAttee, Bonhams, Dalek, Delta, Elms Lesters, Expressive Pop, LA, London, Metro, Notting Hill, October 2012, Optimism, Pop Art, Ron English, Something in the Attic, Space Invader, Street Art, Urban Art, Urban Art Auction
The first “Something in the Attic” event will take place in Notting Hill, London on the 28th and 29th of June 2012, bringing together art, music and charity for 2 nights only. The opening will mark the release of an exclusive screen print created by David Shillinglaw, whilst other works for sale will include original drawings and paintings curated specifically for the attic space. The art will be contextualised through a talk by David on his work and the urban art community. 50% of the art sales will go directly to Kith & Kids, a London-based charity focused on supporting people with disabilities. The money … Continue reading
Cedric Bardawil: I see certain themes re-occur in your art, could you explain them? David Shillinglaw: That’s a hard thing to do, my body of work has changed over 10 years since I graduated. I’d say there are constants throughout my work, however it changes quite a lot thematically and in terms of medium. The crux of my work is about the human condition, but that term is as broad as any term can be. In my book, Colourful Condition, I talk about the struggle of being human. Whether you are rich or poor, black or white, old or young, we all face struggles.