Me, Me, Me (Harry Pye's first ever solo show) has been extended. The show will now run for another three weeks to March the 30th 2007. The gallery will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1.30pm till 6.30pm
PLUS: On Tuesday the 20th of March Harry Pye will unveil a brand new painting. The new work, his largest and most ambitious yet is a collaboration between Pye and Marcus Cope that was inspired by Walter Sickert.
What the papers say about Me, Me, Me:
Pye's apparent naivety is accompanied by a strong sense of construction and design. Their directness and humour are appealing: The Week Magazine
His writing and his painting are innocent, simple, honest, engaging, endearing and interesting: Russell Heron, Institute of Contemporary Art
Harry Pye the underground cult racketeer finally gets a bona fide exhibition in a real gallery: Jessica Lack, The Guardian
Harry Pye's show is a hit! Fans and friends from the art world are desperate to get their hands on his work: Louise Cohen, The Times
Come and judge for yourself. The show now ends on Friday the 30th of March
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