Herzog Dellafiore makes his long-awaited return to the public eye in the same spectacular fashion in which he left it. After nearly a decade, he finally lifts the lid on what really happened in the then prestigious Colony Room Club on a now infamous night in 2005. This book gives unrivalled access through those once exclusive doors – and really puts the graphic in graphic novel.
My subject matter is art (objects, artists, institutions) and the search for my position within it. I feel like a devout believer in art, searching for its meaning and trying to work out if I can legitimately call myself an artist, yet at the same time an irreverent sceptic who thinks “What the fuck are those bricks on the floor?”
for a show at studio1.1
Thursday 7 March
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on World Book Day – a show of work that uses and abuses text
Kate Lyddon, Will Cruickshank, Keran James, Richard Bateman, Matthew Herring, Alex Bowen, Stuart Barnes, Christopher Bond, Nigel Grimmer, Patrick Galway, Daniel Devlin, Richard Webb, Stephen Harwood and Laura Morrison