SECRET 7″ Teenage Cancer Trust Exhibition At Idea Generation Gallery (London)
There is something about vinyl that transcends every format that has followed in its path. An integral reason for this is that it's allure and functionality allows the listener to be absorbed by more than one of their senses.
Secret 7" is a project which aims to rekindle some of the excitement for sleeve art in the digital era by exploring how a track would be interpreted by an array of brilliant artists.
In April the Idea Generation gallery in Shoreditch, London will exhibit around 700 unique seven-inch sleeves inspired by tracks from The Cure, Florence + The Machine, Bombay Bicycle Club, CSS, DJ Shadow, Noah & The Whale and Ben Howard. The exhibition has an added air of mystery as no-one will know who designed each sleeve, or which of our seven tracks is housed inside.
On the 21st April – Record Store Day – through to close on Sunday the exhibition is yours to own. Each of the one-of-a-kind heavyweight 7'' records will be available to take home with you for a minimum donation to Teenage Cancer Trust of £40.
Every penny profited from the sale of these exclusive vinyl records is going to the charity.
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Art Show: Liz Miller – “Recalcitrant Mimesis” at David B. Smith Gallery
January 20, 2011 – February 18, 2011
Public Lecture: Friday, January 20th from 6-7 pm
Opening Reception: Friday, January 20th from 7-9 pm
Liz Miller Untitled 20 (Mimetic Deception), Mixed media on paper, 24.5 x 19.5 x 8 in. (62.2 x 49.5 x 20.3 cm), framed | Photo: David B. Smith Gallery | Denver, Colorado © 2011
DENVER – The David B. Smith Gallery is proud to present a partner exhibition with the new Clyfford Still Museum, featuring a site-specific installation and collage works on paper by artist Liz Miller.
The exhibition opens on Friday, January 20th with a public lecture by Liz Miller from 6–7 pm, followed by an opening reception from 7–9 pm.
Please join us for this exciting event; Miller will talk about her work as an installation artist and her current exhibition, and will also welcome questions from the audience.