Mind The Gap, the Minesweeper Collective magazine and…

Nice bit of coverage of a the Mind The Gap piece in that was part of that Tooting Broadway show  a couple of weeks ago from the Minesweeper Collective.  Who are the Minesweeper Collective? A collective of artists and musicians based on an old Minesweeper on the Thames and, well, why not go see for yourselves   That show was a real pleasure to take part in, good people with the right set of attitudes, shame it was an event marking the demise of yet another art space. There’s a whole bag load of Organ photos and words from the show here   All about artists coming together and making things happen while we still can.

Mind The Gap - (photo India Roper Evens)

Mind The Gap – (photo India Roper Evans)

PLAY; A Beautiful blank canvas of an empty warehouse…

PLAY: A weekend group show, curated by Sean Worrall, will happen in a beautiful big empty shell of an East London warehouse right by London Fields, Hackney, London, E8 over the weekend of May 30th/31st. More soon.

PLAY

PLAY

A beautiful blank canvas of a space just waiting for an invited gathering of painters, sculptors, installation makers, maybe a performer or two and who knows what.  There’s a pleasure in bringing pro-active energetic artists together, creating and exciting event and then inviting people to come along and engage with the selected art and artists and be part of the whole thing. For further news on this event, the artists, the people and such, tune in to my blog over on the Cultivate pages. it shall be exciting to spread out a little. All about artists coming together to make things happen

"EMMA STREET, E2"

“EMMA STREET, E2″

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Does Mister De Feo know this big red flower is being cut down?

#365ArtDrops Part 87, on a recycled piece of cardboard, painted on and put back out there on the East London street for someone to take should they wish to But what’s going on here? Does Mister De Feo know this big red flower is being cut down?  Meanwhile Part 86 was on a found piece of broken bookshelf, last seen with some white leaf growth on it and waiting for a bus. Part 84 and 85 were painted on recycled bits of off-cut picked up outside a shop that was being refurbished and put back out in East London last Sunday.

…painted on and hung on a railway bridge….

#365ArtDrops Part 83, painted on a piece of off-cut wooden shop fitting found outside a soon to be new shop last week, painted on and hung on a railway bridge, next to a rather wonderfully smelling bakery  in the East London sun today.

left outside a rather down at heel black and white East London pub…

#365ArtDrops part 82 was painted on a recycled piece of found cardboard and left outside a rather down at heel black and white East London pub

Part 81 was painted on an old piece of wood that was once part of a broken old school desk

Easter Sunday, April 5th, 2015, Brick Lane, East London.  #365ArtDrops part 75, 77, 78, 79 and 80 painted during the afternoon at Monty’s Bar.during the first of this year’s Sunday Soapbox events.  The Cardboard was found on Brick Lane, painted on and then put back out on the street. Part 76 was a piece painted on earlier and brought along.  Part 81 was painted on an old piece of wood that was once part of a broken old school desk, it was left hanging on a wall in Brick Lane.   Meanwhile photos of parts 66, 67 and 70 have appeared on social media, photos of where the pieces go are an important aspect of this year-long piece… on  it goes….

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