Exhibition

It's Art... Bitch!

14 Nov 2008 – 14 Dec 2008

Cost of entry

Free

The Gallery At 94

London, United Kingdom

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  • Tube: Great Portland Street Tube (2min), Warren Street Tube (6min), Oxford Street Tube (12min)

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Sparks fly when art and fashion collide

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The Gallery At 94 follows up its launch show with It's Art...Bitch!, a high impact exhibition that sees fashion, culture and art collide in truly innovative and shocking ways. It's Art...Bitch! will feature painter Paul Normansell, artistic duo DORMICE© and sculptor Mikael Alocoqué, who will display their exceptional pieces in order to showcase just what the elite rising stars of today have to offer the contemporary art scene. Paul Normansell's eclectic body of work experiments with colour and illusion. Combining fashion and pop art influence, his enterprising collections include portraits of Agyness Deyn and Kate Moss. He is a prolific seller in Birmingham and has just been selected by the American rock band - The Killers to create the artwork for their new album 'Day & Age' which will be release November 25th. Paul has also included album protraits of the band members themselves. Fusing their dynamic creativity, Heinrich Nicolaus and Sawan Yawnghwe form the artistic duo Dormice. Born in Munich and Burma respectively, they live and work in Tuscany and their compelling use of colour and form has been inspiring collectors such as Leonardo DiCaprio over the last decade. Bursting onto the sculpture scene with an injection of colour and hilarity, Mikael Alocoque's gloriously kitsch pieces exhibit the very worst of low culture. From skull-faced Terriers with ice cream cone horns to umbilical-corded babies exploding from Can-can dancing Hitler soldiers, no cultural icon is safe from this provocative sculptor. It's Art...Bitch!, brings together the explosive talents of these hot artists at The Gallery At 94's exciting second show, which runs from 14th November to 14th December 2008.

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