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BERNADETTE LOUISE presents her “PETTICOAT NIGHTMARES – CENSORSED” as part of the ever interesting annual event that is Act Art.  ACT ART 8 happens on Friday July 9th here in London...

“I get the urge to create and I destroy,
I get the urge to love and the same usually happens.
I do not control my emotions, I can not understand them.
My artwork is like thrush, raw, scratchy and painful.
I have a scarily accurate memory and use it as ammunition.
I love and hate, I binge and purge.
I relish the chance to learn and my body reacts viciously to apathy.
Growing ever growing”
Bernadette Louise

Petticoat Nightmares - Censored. Debuting at ACT ART 8 London 9th July 2010, and  then Petticoat Nightmares - Oestrogen Xenoestrogen.'eROTic' at the Barbican Gallery, London, 26th August 2010 (As part of the Surreal House Exhibition running from 10th June).

7th June: ARMSROCK @ Signal, East London - Really strong powerful show from Danish street artist Armsrock over at Signal gallery, Shoreditch, East London. Once again to just call Armsrock a street artist now is probably wrong, barriers are broken here, lines are broken, the idea of how art is hung in the gallery is challenged. Giant black and white pieces on some kind of rice paper, hanging like giant fabric curtains across the floor of the gallery demand the view walks around them, through them. Delicate energetic pieces, strong line drawings, giant pieces that reach from the ceiling to the floor. The new show is called Drawn Towards The Present  Once again art has to be seen live in the flesh, even more so this time, this really does break up the intimate gallery space even more than most shows, you really want to wrap yourself up in the imagery, and then the detail of the work pulls you in and you forget how the how is hung and just drink in thr quality of the line, the energy... Armsrock is a street artist, street art once more is where the real challenging art really is to be found. The Show runs at the ever interesting Signal gallery space throughout June. More from Armsrock 
        Oh and look, an Elbow Toe piece violated by one of those Sleyer logos that keep appearing over pieces of art in East London... 
 
REMED, solo show, Pure Evil, London, June  '10 ARMSROCK , solo show, Signal, London, June  '10

6th June:  Tonight’s ORGAN RADIO SHOW on RESONANCE FM (Sunday, 6th June, 9pm UK time), along with usual bag loads of music (this week from Sean, so expect a stew of musical contradiction), tonight we have a guest in the studio. TWINKLE TROUGHTON, London based painter will be in for a chat about art, about the record label she’s involved in, Pushing Pussy Records, about the Patrick’s Harvest Art Fair that we Organ team are putting on – starts this Thursday evening, eleven artists in the gallery art, delightful alt.folk band THE LOST CAVALRY.  Tune in tonight, 104.4FM in London, www.resonancefm.com worldwide, I’ll be making my usual spiky punky new wave post punk noisecore folk-pop hardcore prog rock metal flavoured other rock noise and goings off and things....  Want an idea what to expect? My last show went something like this  www.organart.com/playlist118.htm

yeah, I know, we've been slow art news and things, busy putting on art events and pullig together shows... WEST LONDON FIRST WEDNESDAY was pretty much a waste of time besides CATHY FENWICK's Eight Horsemen Of The Apocalypse show at East West Gallery.  Lots of good stuff at First Thursday, photo and words up in a bit... 

31st MAY: LOUISE BOURGEOIS (1911-2010) - The French-born American artist Louise Bourgeois has died in New York. Bourgeois was ninety-eight and widely regarded as one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century, albeit that this acclaim was accorded to her only in the latter stages of her long career. An exhibition titled Louise Bourgeois: The Fabric Works is due to open at the Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova in Venice next Friday. You may know her best for those giant spider ‘mammal’ sculptures. There a Guardian obit here

30th MAY: Art, where has the art news gone? Too busy, making art and putting art on, the art of art making, not art writing... Here you go, have some of this, new gallery space over here on the West side of London, we accidentally took over the running of it and we start with this.... 

Organ presents, the first PATRICK’S HARVIST ART FAIR....Four days of reasonably priced art, accompanied by music, events and all kinds of instant things. The ‘private view’ happens on Thursday evening, June 10th, with music from gorgeous alt.folk band The Lost Cavalry, all are welcome. 
        Come see the work of eleven exciting artists and a whole lot of affordable art from JOO HEE CHUN, ROBIN CLARE, DAVID DIPRÉ, ELLA GURU, GURDISH HAUGSDAL, BEN OAKLEY, CARRIE REICHARDT, MARIA SLOVAKOVA, SAM SZULC, TWINKLE TROUGHTON, SEAN WORRALL.
           Private view is on Thursday June 10th - 7pm - 10pm, and then the space is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11th , 10th , 12th  June, 10.00am until 10pm (6pm Sunday) - three days of inviting art, events, bands and such... 
          PATRICK'S HARVIST GALLERY SPACE is underneath the rather vibrant PATRICK'S HARVIST TEAROOMS, 45 CHAMBERLAYNE ROAD, KENSAL RISE, LONDON NW10. Full links to all artists, travel details and more here
 

11th MAY: POSTER BOY GOES TO JAIL... Just read this on the ever informative streetart blog VANDALOG, a news item from Vandalog contributor Elisa Carmichael More than worth re-posting here in full... 

     "I was really sad to hear this morning that our good friend Poster Boy has been sentenced to 11 months in jail. Things weren’t looking good for him, but it’s just awful to hear that they have come to have this.
         Animal New York reported the news here and also commented on the fact that PB missed his court date on May 6th . It seems that if he had been present that day, all of this could have been avoided. I couldn’t think why he wouldn’t have gone so I talked to a mutual friend and the truth is that Poster Boy simply got the date wrong; he thought he was supposed to come in the next day. Unfortunately, now he’s really paying for his simple mistake. As Animal goes on to note, he came in on May 7th to apologize, but it was too late:
   Although PB did miss his May 6th court date, he did come in the following day around 2pm on May 7th to apologize, however the court wasn’t hearing any of that and he was taken into custody . He spent the weekend at Rikers and it was this morning that he was sentenced to the 11 months. “It was unwarranted,” says Gotlib, who promised to absolutely appeal the “shocking decision.” He was expected to get 3 years probation, not jail time. On April 30th, sensing the urgency of his case, PB sent an email out asking for support from the greater art community. Here’s an extract: 
 

       “A graduate of NYU, Henry is a working artist and activist based in Brooklyn. His most recent participation with the Poster Boy street art movement resulted in legal trouble. Initially, Henry was hit with misdemeanor charges and community service as a result of these  activities. However, the district attorney has since tried to pursue Felony Class charges based partially on the false testimony of a transit officer. It is important to note that this is Mr. Matyjewicz’s first offense. Despite these facts, the District Attorney is unwilling to view this case reasonably.
        At one point during these proceedings the DA asked for bail to be set at an unprecedented $20,000. This extremely high amount is more in line with bail requests for violent felons accused of dealing drugs or for cases involving weapons. Perhaps more telling, the DA is attempting to send Mr. Matyjewicz to prison for a year. All of this for the alleged defacement of a few ad posters, a victimless crime, and clearly not a felony
Fortunately we have recently gained the support of prominent Civil Rights Activist and Best Selling author, David Mixner. David is best known for his important work in anti-war activities and gay rights advocacy. In light of these recent developments, Mr. Matyjewicz has decided to take his case to court and fight these outlandish charges.
      Regardless of whether you agree with the views of Mr. Matyjewicz or the Poster Boy movement, we should all be able to agree that this is an  assault on the art & culture community. We respectfully ask for your signature to show your support of Henry and to help keep New York City safe for artists and independent thinkers. Many thanks for your support.”

            When I last saw Poster Boy, which was when I was last in New York barely a month ago, he was really excited about the release of his upcoming book and was talking about some of the fun ideas he had to promote it when it came out. The book is mostly  composed of work that has never been made public, so if you’re a fan,  you’re in for a nice surprise.
        The fact that he is in now jail for his art just disgusts me. Think of all the people out there who commit real crimes, yet live their lives unpunished, and compare them to the actions of an artist who was only making the streets and subways look a bit more interesting. This world is really messed up. We need to do something about this and help get Poster Boy out of here. - Elisa

http://blog.vandalog.com 

Seems Poster Boy is paying a heavy price for his politically, socially motivated, provocative art, explore some of his work here on Flickr
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5th May: JEF AEROSOL...  Signal Gallery will be presenting the second solo show in London, by French street artist Jef Aerosol. Jef is well known to London audiences, having appeared in a large number of group shows and in other venues for many years.For the show in Signal, called ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’, Jef is celebratingthe female form in all its glory. Staying away from portraying celebrities, these women will anonymously represent their sex. The works on show will sometimes hark back to familiar poster imagery of ‘girls’ from the post-war years, while others will have a very contemporary feel. However, it’s certain that Jef’s innate elegance and charm will be strongly in evidence and show will be brimmed full of attractive and irresistible images. Private View: 6 May 2010, 6 - 9pm, Open to the public: 7 - 22 May 2010, Tuesday Saturday 12 - 6pm

NEW GALLERY SPACE... So us Organ team thought it was time for some action, had enough of how most galleries here in London treat artists. We've been looking for some space in a place where the people in control of that space have the right attitude to life, to art and the way of  doing things. Most of these London gallery venues seem to be about nothing more than an operation in seeing how much money they can squeeze out of art makers. So we're looking at opening up spaces and doing things in a slightly more resonable and balanced way, First space is in a basement underneath a rather friendly cafe, over here on out home turf in NW10, Kensal Rise... Motivated excited pro-active artists get in touch, organzine at aol dot com. First combined two week show is set for June, opeing night first week of that month. Come at us with ideas and vibrant energy...
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2nd May:  SHEPARD FAIREY just can’t win so it seems. “The artist andactivist is used to run-ins with the law - it comes with the territory when your medium is wheat-paste posters and your canvas is often private property, but now even his official commissions have come under scrutiny” so the Arts newspaper reports. “According to blog Animal New York, the city's buildings commission has issued a stop work order on his mural project on the Bowery, commissioned by dealer Jeffrey Deitch for his last gallery show before he leaves the commercial world to take over LA’s MOCA. According to the official notices, the mural was erected without a permit and if the correct paperwork isn’t filed, the structure will have to be torn down. The question remains, is this guerrilla art or guerrilla marketing?" Details of the notices can be seen over at Animal New York blog
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28th April: THE RAINBOW GRAFFITI BIKE... This is up on the ever good London streetart blog HOOKED... “For anyone who has visited the East End of London in the last year you are bound to have come across the rainbow coloured lines spray painted all over various shop fronts, shutters, building and even vans across Brick Lane. It looked as if someone had built some sort of device to enable them to spray up to 8 to 10 cans of paint simultaneously and enable it to be applied in straight lines. We have had some readers comment on our photos questioning if it was real or if it had been created in photoshop. No computer trickery here, these colourful urban rainbows are very real...”
    For further reading annd more photos and the results of the art made on the bike hit this Hooked link

SHEPARD FAIREY shows us how he does it in Philadelphia

STOKE NEWINGTON’s first ever LITERARY FESTIVAL is about to happen. “From 4th to 6th June 2010 London’s historic home to radical writers, thinkers and dissidents plays host to a diverse array of today’s most interesting authors and poets. With everything from Gothic horror to comedy, poetry to sci-fi, feminism to food and drink, there’s something for everyone in the event this brilliantly diverse borough has long been waiting for”.
The line-up
      Confirmed so far: Stewart Lee, AC Grayling, Tony Benn, John Hegley, Toby Litt Suzanne Moore, Jeremy Hardy, Shappi Khorsandi, Michael Rosen, Iain Sinclair, Mark Billingham, Louise Welsh, China Mieville, Jon Courtenay-Grimwood, Danny Kelly, Ellie Levenson, Kat Banyard, Dreda Say-Mitchell, Roddy Lumsden, Laura Dockrill, Andy Beckett, Ian Kelly, Zaiba Malik, Richard Reynolds, Sam Taylor, Grace Maxwell and Edwyn Collins, Phill Jupitus, Tim Wells, Pete Brown, Paul Ewen, Travis Elborough, Niki Segnit, plus ghost stories in Abney Park, kids storytelling and workshops with Secret Seed Society, bibliotherapy sessions with The School of Life, workshops on creative writing and how to write a best seller and much more.... www.stokenewingtonliteraryfestival.com
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27th April: MIROSLAV TICHY... “Almost completely unknown until 2005, the work of Czech photographer Miroslav Tichy is suddenly the toast of the art world. Tichy used to wander around his hometown of Brno dressed in rags taking photos of passing women with a camera he'd made out of tin cans, kids' glasses and rubber bands. Following the Communist takeover in 1948, Tichy was in and out of prisons and mental asylums because he was considered subversive and he was often in trouble with the police for photographing people without their permission. His work contains an obvious element of voyeurism but is also beautifully melancholic. It kind of makes you wonder whether that wino on the corner isn't also some neglected artistic genius”.
   Miroslav Tichy’s work can be seen from Wednesday, 28 April until Saturday, 29 May at the Michael Hoppen Gallery, 3 Jubilee Place, Chelsea, London, SW3. Entry is free, details and opening times over at www.michaelhoppengallery.com

BILLY CHILDISH: READING THE LIFE OF A MOCK HUMAN BEING... “To mark the final week of his ICA exhibition, “Billy Childish, Unknowable But Certain”, the ICA’s Lower Gallery (The Mall, London, SW1) will host an evening launch of Childish’s most recent book “Bombs, Buggery and Buddhism or Diaries of a Mock Human Being”. The event happens on Thursday 29th April 7.00 to 8.30pm. Published by L-13 Press, The Life is the first of three pocket books that will make up a hundred-page biography of the adventures of the hero William Loveday, cataloguing his exploits in fact and fiction. This event will also mark the launch of two parallel publications written by artist Charlotte C. Young, and a free broadsheet-style publication edited by writer Neal Brown which comprises interviews about Childish’s work, including contributions from artist Martin Creed and Huddie, Theodora and Emily – the children of Childish, Brown and Childish’s gallerist Steve Lowe. Billy Childish and Charlotte Young will read from their books and will be available to sign all purchases afterwards”. Please note that although this event is free, capacity is limited. For more details of this event, visit www.ica.org.uk
       If you haven’t made it down to the to the Billy Childish retrospective at the ICA, the nit is well worth making the effort before it closes... 

26th April: SEVEN MEN IN LONDON TOWN is an exhibition of works by contemporary printmakers Jonathan Comerford, Tom Adriani, Jai Llewellyn, Tony Lee, Eric Storey, Julian Ronnefeldt, and Nazir Tanbouli, that’s happening right now and until April 29th at the Red Gate Gallery, 209a Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London SW9 (entry in free)
       “This show is an exhibition by seven male artists who have discovered a shared obsession with the depiction of figures in nightmarish, dystopian and apocalyptic scenarios. The city of London appears as a backdrop, in the guise of an ancient and often mysterious place, with a rich history of strange stories and characters.
           These works recall the roots of storytelling as practiced by the shaman: an exploration into what lies in the deepest reaches of the underworld. By drawing and painting their nightmare visions, the artists expel their own demons, and expose them for dissection.”  More info here
 

24th April: Tonight's ART EVICT event has been called off at almost the last minute, "I am sorry to say that the ArtEvict event that was planned for tonight, Saturday 24th April, has been cancelled due to the sudden unavailability of the space..." said the communication....

23rd April: NICK VADASZ, who's work has featured on these pages before, has a show of new painting at the Greenwich Picturehouse, over in South London, from May 1st until the 30th.. (with a private view on the 5th) Nick Vadasz's website is over at www.nickvadasz.com, and as we’ve said before, looking at art on the web is really no kind of satisfying substitute for experiencing it in the flesh. Nick’s on-line portfolio does him no justice what so ever... 

21st April  : It appears ROA has been busy again, Brick Lane, East London this time and one of his largest pieces yet... Meanwhile Roa's London show continures at Pure Evil, click for Organ review and imagery...

ART EVICT... The latest ArtEvict event will happen on Saturday 24th April 2010, from 7pm, at 55 Great Suffolk St., Camberwell, London, SE1(nearest tube:Waterloo/Southwark, entry is free)
         “ArtEvict is a monthly live art night hosted in derelict buildings and squats around London. With the ever-present threat of eviction orders, the project shares the fate of the tenants, growing as a nomadic troupe as we move from place to place. Since its conception in November last year, ArtEvict has established itself as an open platform for artists to show new work in live art, bringing ideas to a forum for discussion and re-evaluation.
            This month ArtEvict has moved around the corner from Tate Modern. Be there and experience what is really happening on the contemporary front. Explore the 5 floors of an abandoned Victorian Storage Factory and stumble across various durational, live interventions throughout the evening.
           Artists Include:  Kiki Taira, Kimbal Bumstead, Benjamin Sebastian, Helena Eflerova, Duncan Ward, Begona fernandez "shirak", Hayley Webb, Fabiola Paz, Midori Kadokura (video), Tanner Veatch (video) and various others to be announced.. N.B YOU WILL REQUIRE A PASSWORD TO GAIN ACCESS TO THIS EVENT.  This event will have a password, please email us with 'password request' in the subject box to receive notification. info at artevict.com More info and such from www.artevict.com

20th April  KENDAL CALLING LOOKING FOR ART MAKERS... Feeling art flavoured this morning? Fancy seeing your artistic efforts displayed at Lake District music fest Kendal Calling? Well, here's your chance.  Past artworks displayed at the festival apparently include: Uncle Monty's living room from 'Withnail & I' recreated for festival goers to sit back and recline in; a set of white furniture painted by the festival goers throughout the event; a giant UV canopy; a water monster and scrap metal robots. If you would like to put your arty endeavours forward for the fest, you have until 10 May to pitch your ideas. An application form is at this URL: www.wearecalling.com/artform.doc.
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13th April  NO SOUL FOR SALE: Festival of Independents is an event taking place at Tate Modern, Bankside, London, SE1 from the 14th to 16th May, entry is free, here comes the blurb: 
         “This week, Tate Modern will host a free three-day festival for all to celebrate the gallery’s tenth birthday, with the Turbine Hall filled with cutting-edge art events, performances, music and film!
        To celebrate Tate Modern’s 10th birthday, Tate is working with visionary curators Maurizio Cattelan, Cecilia Alemani and Massimiliano Gioni to create a buzzing pop-up village of independent global art.
        Works will include Thurston Moore’s Ecstatic Peace Poetry Journal, works from London film collective no.w.here, and pieces from Berlin’s e-flux, Melbourne’s Y3K and Hell Gallery, New York’s Artists Space, Seoul’s Alternative Space Loop, Shanghai’s ArtHub, Barcelona’s Latitudes and many more! For more information, visit www.nosoulforsale.com (and try not to snigger at the Tate using terms like ‘pop up’, you can’t have ‘pop up’ in big fat dinosaur of an establishment gallery can you? No you damn well can’t! Still, cut the 'Pop Up' crap and it looks like it might be good...

Euro league latest, SOUTHAMPTON vs BARCELONA
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12th April TYPE down by the river again, Northbank this time, looks good from all the way over on South Bank of the Thames with St.Paul's in the background though... 

ART EVICT, this looks interesting... "ArtEvict is a monthly live art night, which since its conception in December last year, has established itself as an open platform for emerging artists..." (really do hate that term ‘emerging artists’) "...who have new work to show. We provide the opportunity for artists to experiment with new ideas and works in progress, opening up critical discussion and an opportunity to gain peer feedback. The space provides the opportunity to re-contextualise work within a raw framework – to have it seen as it is, stripped bare, back to basics, naked if we have to... With zero budget, it’s all free.
       Our next event will be taking place on the evening of Saturday 24th  April. If you would like to participate, send a description and photos to Kiki at info@artevict.com, The deadline for proposals is the 17th of April. We recommend early submissons. For more information and documentation of the past events, please see our website" www.artevict.com .x
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12th April  LIVING WALLS... "The artwork of 18 infuential street artists from around the world will food the streets of Atlanta as part of a coordinated effort to engage the public via street art. Living Walls, The City Speaks, a conference set to take place on the weekend of August 13, 2010 at Atlanta’s Eyedrum Gallery, has put out an international call for artists to submit posters to three locations on three continents. These posters will ultimately be sent to Atlanta to be wheat-pasted on public walls and at Eyedrum. With many more artists expected to take part in this event worldwide, come August, Atlanta’s urban landscape will have a more vibrant, international feel. Along with changing the urban landscape by fooding the streets with art, the Living Walls conference has set out to highlight a number of problems facing the city. Living Walls is not just a showcase of art, but also an attempt to provoke much-needed dialogue. The organizers of Living Walls have also put out a call for speakers, attempting to provide a platform for local people to speak out about their neighbourhoods and the use of public space. The conference will also bring in provocative keynote speakers, like Jordan Seiler of the Public Ad Campaign, famously known for committing the largest single act  of anti-advertising to date. Atlanta’s Beltline has drawn the attention of developers and new urbanists nationwide. So much so, in fact, that the largest annual conference on urbanism, the CNU18, is scheduled to happen here in Atlanta in May. Living Walls seeks to provide a counterpoint to the CNU, whose expensive entry fee insures a limited audience of developers and academics. Living Walls is addressed to the public. It is completely free of charge, open to participation, and destined to be a thought-provoking event. In the truest sense, Living Walls is a grassroots colloquium recognising that local people’s perspectives need to be heard on these issues and not just that of developers. Our intentions are simply to broadcast to the attendees a wide spectrum of ideas about public space. We hope that everyone leaves the event looking at the city, its walls, and how we interact with space differently. Furthermore, we hope to make Atlantans aware that they share challenges with urban dwellers across the globe". More information, along with a list of artists and speakers confirmed for the event can be found via: livingwallsconference.com
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