No sleep ’till Fulham…. More about Fulham later…. Brick Lane, Bethnal Green, Liverpool, Fulham, Hoxton Square, Fokstone… sleep is not a serious option. yesterday was the Liverpool Biennial leg of the Art Car Boot Fair – there’s three Art Car Boot Fair events this year – the original fair at Brick Lane (East London) and this year an event in Liverpool followed by a third as part of the Folkstone Triennial at the end of August (hopefully not the end of summer).
Fulham next, this Thursday – BIG DEAL! MARVELOUS MIX UPS X1 at LOUD AND WESTERN – Loud & Western Building, 59-65 Broughton Road, Fulham, London, SW6 2LE. A show curated by Vanya BALOGH & Danny POCKETS, a group exhibition that open with a private view on July 10th and then runs from July11th until the 25th July (open daily from 12pm until 6pm). I shall be exhibiting a floor-based sculptural piece featuring a number of recent found and painted objects – the radiator, packing cases… that’s on Thursday though, today in Sunday, we’ll think about Fulham on Monday, today we’re coming down from Liverpool yesterday.
Out on the early train, Euston to Lime Street, there in time for a morning set up, there’s a whole load of photos and such on the Organ pages “Second leg of this year’s Art Car Boot Fair happened yesterday as part of the Liverpool Biennial. it happened in a rather atmospheric car park (beautiful walls to hang art on) in Wolstenholm Square, next door to the Cream (under the shadow of Cuban sculptor Jorge Pardo’s Penelope, a large piece in the middle of the square). Early train our of Euston, bags of art and off to Lime Street and a day in (very) sunny Liverpool, Cultivate goes to Liverpool. Here come some photos
So anyway, Liverpool Art Car Boot Fair, inside so no sun-rays melting the painting vinyl, glorious walls to hang leafhearted canvas on, pieces of wood dragged in and painted on,then left in the car park (for Gavin Turk to park by)