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Changing Cities


  • Deptford Does Art 28 Deptford High St London, England, SE8 United Kingdom (map)

Deptford does Art presents....

‘CHANGING CITIES’
a group exhibition of paintings, prints and illustrations by Daniel Battams, Tom Pearce, Shaun Harrigan and Ian Viggars. 

Show: 14 June - 1 July 2018
(Due to FB regulations events can only be set to last max 2 weeks so please refer to the dates above for accuracy) 
Launch night: Friday 15 June 7-11pm
Free Drop-in Print Workshop: Saturday 30 June 2-4pm (tbc)

Four artists and illustrators present a colourful pop art exhibition exploring the changing face of London. Everything from the gentrification of high streets, to urban myths and constantly evolving trends and landscapes are observed in a graphic and thought-provoking way. 

Biographies

Daniel Battams
Daniel is a graphic and street artist, who was born and lives in Lewisham borough. His work has been exhibited at Tate and featured by Time Out. For this show, he’s created new prints and paintings based on his sometimes dark, sometimes humorous observations of his ever-evolving hometown.
www.danielbattams.com
@danielbattams

Tom Pearce
Tom Pearce's work is mainly inspired by the feelings and views which can be discovered around London's streets. He likes to explore the little details and idiosyncrasies which fill the city, and the way elements can interact to create unique moments.
www.drawingsofthings.com
@drawingstom

Shaun Harrigan
I'm an artist from south London, based in south Bristol. Primarily a painter and printer my practise currently works around responding to my urban environment. Themes include change, loss, creation, nostalgia and mementos.
www.tubecomix.com
@tubecomix

Ian Viggars
Ian Viggars in an artist who has lived all over London. His colourful paintings and illustrations are inspired by classic pop art, animation, and modern graphic design. He explores themes of food, nostalgia, and city-living.
www.ianviggars.com
@ianviggars

Earlier Event: May 12
Southbank Arts Art Trail