My knowledge of GCSE French has looong since departed my head, so I don’t really know what this exhibition is all about. However, this exhibition looks good, and the website is fluffing ace.
The Toe Fluff exhibition explores Steve Rack’s imaginary land of his toy concept, Toe Fluff, ruled by King Socktopus. There will be large paintings and small illustrations of the Toe Fluff characters by Steve Rack, along with a fun collection of Toe Fluff by an array of artists including Bubi Au Yeung, Dean Zappy, Alex Raveland, Simon Wild, Dan Goodsell, Gala Turman and many more. The exhibition’s party night is on the 30th July 2010. There will be drinks and Toe Fluff cakes. The backing music is by dubstep electronica producer, The Transisionist, created especially for the exhibition. The exhibition itself will run from the 26th July to the 11th August. The exhibition is being held at the Post Modern Art Gallery in Swindon, famed for exhibiting work by many successful artists in the Southwest of England. The Post Modern is located in Swindon’s creative hot spot; sandwiched between the Wyvern Theatre and the main Library. Admission is free. The Toe Fluff Exhibition is open to submissions.
Life in 2050 is an exciting new exhibition created by Transmission for the Sci-Fi London Film Festival. Leading visual artists including Universal Everything, Build, Mario Hugo, Alex Trochut, Will Sweeney, Jason Tozer, Panda Yoghurt, Graham Carter and Hort will submit an original piece of work depicting their vision of ‘Life in 2050′.
The exhibition will take place at the Chapter One Gallery just off Carnaby Street in London, during mid April. For a full list of contributing artists please visit: www.life-in-2050.com There are currently 21 artists involved, but we are keeping 1 space free for a public submission. We are asking people to send us their ideas on what life will be like in 2050. A winning entry will be selected and exhibited at the final exhibition. An online gallery will be created to house all the submitted work.
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