this is a link to the show film... ill post the actual film at another date..if i can figure it out that is...
InsideOut and Vice Versa
London West Bank, left-side London’s freshest gallery is already turning heads and tails amongst Notting Hill and beyond.
Dedicated to launch new talent, as well as keep the established in the paint they have grown accustomed to, directors Tommy Blaquiere and Paul Saunders have, since April, used this unique space to show what lowbrow/subculture/outsider/what are you doing to my lovely wall? art can say and be.
This August saw artist Louis “Masai” Michel curating, with consultancy from Simon Watt, an exhibition that unites street/graffiti artists, professional illustrators, a graphic designer, one artificist, two waifs and several painters in a pear tree.
Having spent six years dragging Europe’s finest to the hinterland of Cornwall, and creating plenty in between, Louis decided enough was enough. Moving to London eighteen months ago he has dedicated himself to corralling a group of artists. Ranging from he’s just back from another sell-out solo show in Europe to you might not have heard of her yet but...
The exhibition documented the rise of outsider art and graffiti to the gallery, the thrust of fine art and illustration into the streets, and the exploration of where the two cohere. Styles, mediums, concepts, continents, 12 countries, 30 artists, 11th August, lots of people, a few drinks, a private view, InsideOut and Vice Versa.
A review and more pictures can be found here
the price list....some has sold so email for info...firstname.lastname@example.org
A MASSIVE THANKYOU TO PETER PAINTER FOR THESE AMAZING CAPTURES OF THE PEOPLE AT THE SHOW AND THE ARTWORK ON THE WALLS....CHECK HIS FLICKR HERE....http://www.flickr.com/photos/54740273@N06/