The internationally-renowned artist, jeweler and sculptor ANDREW LOGAN, celebrated for his dazzling work with shards of glass and mirror, is the subject of an exhibition at The Stash Gallery in London’s decadent surrealist members club VOUT-O-REENEE’S.
Coinciding with Logan’s sold-out 14th Alternative Miss World event (a fancy dress show inspired by Crufts) at Shakespeare’s Globe on October 20th, the exhibition is curated from Logan’s phenomenal body of work by Vout-O-Reenee’s founder, artist and writer SOPHIE PARKIN.
Andrew will produce a special jewellery performance on 29th September for Time Out’s 50th Birthday celebrations.
- Andrew Logan and his partner Michael Davies recently bought the Lion Hotel in Berriew, Wales, close to The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture (the only museum in Europe to be dedicated to a living artist) which recently celebrated its silver anniversary with a special performance to a score written by Brian Eno.
- Andrew has spent the summer appearing at various festivals including Port Eliot, Crircceth and Wilderness Festival, where he and his sister Janet judged the inaugural ‘Alternative Miss Wilderness’.
- Previous Alternative Miss World hosts and participants have included Derek Jarman, Grayson Perry, Fenella Fielding, David Hockney, Patrick Hughes, ozzie Clarke, James Birch, Leigh Bowery, Zandra Rhodes, Divine and Sophie, Sarah and Molly Parkin.
This vibrant exhibition features selected pieces of jewellery, sculpture and watercolours, and displays Andrew’s “global-centric obsessions from Indian goddesses to egg and chips”.
‘What a wonderful world I inhabit...’ Andrew Logan
A true world citizen, greatly loved in India and Russia – where many Alternative Miss World contestants have hailed from – and across the globe, Logan is revered by the art, fashion and music worlds alike for his unique work and joyous approach. Some of his most famous work includes his ‘Cosmic Egg’ (currently on display at Buckland Abbey in Devon until 23rd September), his life-size ‘Pegasus’ horse sculptures and portrayals of pop culture icons from Elvis Presley to his glittering array of friends including Zandra Rhodes, the late Fenella Fielding and Molly and Sophie Parkin themselves.