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news | GoSee Exhibition and Book Tip: Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album exhibition at Royal Academy, London and accompanying book published by Prestel

In 1970 Dennis Hopper, the American actor, film director and artist, presented his first major exhibition at the Fort worth Art Center in Texas. The display encompassed over 400 photographs taken from 1961 to 1967 photographed and personally selected and edited by Hopper himself. It was only after his death in 2010 that these original vintage prints were rediscovered. With Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album, the Royal Academy lets us step back in time and experience the display of Hopper’s …

05.08.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee Tip: Bob Mazzer’s Underground – voyeuristic 1980s scenes of London’s iconic tube on show at Horward Griffin Gallery, London and book published by Spitalfields Life

GoSee London attended the private view of Bob Mazzer’s Underground exhibition at Howard Griffin Gallery, Shoreditch. The space was as packed as the rush hour tube and at times we almost felt as though we were speeding down an underground tunnel on a journey back in time, to the 1980s, original tube seating provided (see photos attached). We arrive in the 1980s, a time when Londoner photographer Bob Mazzer was working as a projectionist in a porn cinema at King’s Cross. Never one …

10.07.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee at the opening of The 13 Apostles a Matthew Miller and Studio Baron collaboration on show at Soho’s OTHER/shop

Last Thursday The 13 Apostles, a new photo series collaboration between London based designer Matthew Miller and our favourite disciples of dirtiness, Studio Baron, opened at OTHER/shop. The series, styled by Matthew Holroyd and photographed by Jonathan Baron, presents the latest collection by Royal College of Art graduate and London Collections: Men favourite Matthew Miller. A grave and intriguing vision of 13 apostles dressed in Miller’s signature structured tailoring spelling out h …

11.06.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee loves Shapeshifting zine – follow the moonbow to Oxford for feminist art and synth pop

This Thursday 29 May 2014 Shapeshifting zine, featuring 25 artists from Stockholm, to Paris, to New York to London will launch with a night of live music performance at a former church turned trendy bar in Jericho, Oxford, England. The zine is co-curated by 20-year-old Oxford native Eleanor Hardwick with New Yorker Olivia Aylmer and sets out to metamorphosize art, breaking free of the usual preconceived forms, shifting and taking on new shapes. A little magical, a little dreamy and a little h …

28.05.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee London loves Opening Ceremony & Magritte - wearable Surrealist art from head to toe

Back in February GoSee London was treated to a dreamy Valentine’s weekend surprise at London Fashion Week. We went to the press preview of the Opening Ceremony & Magritte collection. It was love at first sight and our hearts skipped a beat with pieces printed with his iconic Surrealist images such as Blow to the Heart (1952) and The Lovers (1928). May seemed such a long wait away. But now the collection has finally launched in the cult brand’s Los Angeles, New York and London sto …

21.05.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee London at the Catlin Award 2014 Preview - wax, wood, wallpaper anyone? Vote now!

This year the Catlin Art Prize celebrates its eighth birthday. Held on an annual basis, the event has become an established showcase for recent graduate and post-graduate artists in the UK. The Catlin Art Prize focuses on supporting and exhibiting work by artists in the crucial first year after they graduate. The winner will be selected by a panel of three expert judges and presented with a £5,000 award. This year’s panel comprises Will Jarvis (co-director of cult gallery The Sunday …

07.05.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Roast beef, frogs and éclairs. GoSee London at the preview of The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk at Barbican London

GoSee London attended the exclusive press preview of the Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk at Barbican Gallery London. Fashion’s French enfant terrible himself was there and gave a talk in the morning. The self-professed frog welcomed his audience of ‘roast beef’, passionately recalling his memories of London’s infamous club scene of the late ‘70s. A time that truly inspired him and his collections. Having toured the world extensiv …

09.04.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Experiments in electric ink: GoSee London at Fashion Space Gallery Relaunch

Fashion Space Gallery presents Relaunch, a series of consecutive tailor-made live events, marking a new approach to the space in central London. Recently appointed new Director of the Fashion Space Gallery, Ligaya Salazar, curator of renowned shows such as Yohji Yamamoto and Fashion V Sport at the Victoria and Albert Museum, worked closely on the project with assistant curators Polona Dolzan and Joana Filipe. The Relaunch programme encompasses exciting participatory events that are free …

26.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Into the Valley of the Paper Dolls - GoSee London at: Non-Sterile – an exhibition of paper artist Linda Toigo’s latest works

In her latest series of works, Linda Toigo presents ‘Non-Sterile’, a site-specific installation at St John on Bethnal Green. Conventionally a place of ritual and contemplation, Toigo situates her works in the belfry of a church, ultimately disrupting the formality of the environment and revealing a sacrificial offering of traditional beauty. Armed with a non-sterile scalpel blade, the paper artist carves through the sterile glossy imagery of perfection represented in magazines …

19.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article