|66, fire horse, Milanese.
My creative debut as art-director in an ad agency, widened into graphic/visual projects for fashion, art, design and music. Also a lightmaker; one-offs and a limited series of lamps are shining around the world. Art is in everyday life, how we feel and look at things... suddenly... an array of visual flashes, noises, thoughts, coloured visions and voracious dreams. Bliss! The Alfabeto panel was inspired by home, its items and belongings collected through the years. Ive portrayed these familiar objects and named them in a foreign language. We assume and presume but a is not always for apple.
|Born 1960 London
Founder of the Mutoid Waste Co, the travelling scrap sculpture and party crew. Rush has just returned to Britain after ten years touring in Europe and working with the Waste of the Cold-War in East Berlin. Currently working on stop-frame animated films and an exhibition of moving robots and animals treated with his unique and slightly warped vision.
|Born - South London
Job - painter
Favourite colour - blue
Favourite food - chicken rice n peas
Favourite drink - Pernod & water
|Born South Korea 1973. London solo shows:
2001 Paul Stolper at A22 Projects, 2000 Still Looking, 1999
Launch of Vincas book No System published by Steidl, at the ICA.
She has also exhibited at The Victoria and Albert Museum,
Business Design Centre in London, the ARCO 01 in Madrid and
Halle Au Poisson in Perpignan.
Her work has been featured in ID, Dazed & Confused, Big Issue, Flash Art and The Evening Standard.
Currently showing at Galeria Marta Cervera, Madrid.
|Born in 1941 near Norwich.
He gained critical attention in the early 1960s in Britain when he was identified with Pop Art through his engagement with imagery derived from popular culture. Self was Pop Arts Double Agent, its Seventh Angel in Heaven, the first figurative subversive since Bacon and a progenitor of the Young British Artists. The worlds only concerted, overt Cold War artist. As true an Internationalist as true Localist. Selfs work is in the Tate permanent collection and has been exhibited in galleries worldwide, including the Pompidou Centre, MOMA, Tate Modern and The Royal Academy.
For more information, contact: Tate Britain or The Royal Academy.
|Born Inverness 1955
Studied at Istituto Allende, Mexico, Wimbledon School of Art
and Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.
He has exhibited extensively in London since 1975 and abroad
in Paris, Los Angeles and New York.
|Born in Derbyshire in 1941, she moved to London
aged 17. She began designing in 1971, and the shop at 430 Kings Road
became a showcase for her work. Known as Let It Rock, 50s
records and clothing were sold at a time when hippies were still
in fashion and R&R could not be heard on British radio. In 72
the shop and its entire décor changed into Too Fast To Live,
Too Young To Die. In stock; clothing for Rockers with
zips and chains, T-shirts with slogans, and zoot suits. In 1974, the storetransformed
into Sex; selling rubberwear for the office, leather bondage,
T-shirts with zips, holes, situationist slogans, and pornographic images.
With 76 came punk and Seditionaries, followed by World's
End and the 1981 Pirate collection, her first catwalk show at London
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