Launch party for WW Hatton Garden, 10 April 2012 To celebrate the launch of WW's new gallery space at 34/35 Hatton Garden, Clerkenwell, our inaugural exhibition 'Frightening Albert', (a solo show of new works by Phil Illingworth) was fabulously supported by performance from the enchanting Goodbye Leopold, cured culinary delights from Smoked in Peckham, divine cakes from raggertyblues and an amazing Vodka with a sensational story from Zorokovich 1917. Read more about them below:
Special Frieze Sunday artist's talk:
5pm Sunday 16th October
Liane Lang talks about her practice and gives insight into her ambitious new solo project 'House Guests', which is at WW Gallery until 22 October. Followed by Q&A. Free drinks will be served. Arrive promptly at 5pm. Exhibition open until 8pm. Places are limited, please rsvp to email@example.com
Lucy May presented her first live work, Hospitality, 6-9pm on Thursday 7th July at WW Gallery (TimeOut First Thursday)
A live video link from the artist's studio conveyed the manufacture of fake Bombay Mix, exploring themes of the handmade, repetitive labour and fakery. The work is an irreverent take on the idea of DIY hospitality, and a rebellious statement against the current abhorrence of the artist's hand in contemporary practice.
Honeytrap / Petrushka
“Balkan-inspired slice of craziness...Puts me in mind of some of Camper Van Beethoven's finer moments.” - David Bowie, The Times
WW Gallery and Crooked Teeth present the Launch Party for Honeytrap's new album Petrushka on Thursday 2nd September 2010, 7pm til late at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club.
Energetic, irreverent and impossible to pin down, Honeytrap have forged an exciting and unconventional sound which embraces klezmer, folk, alt.rock and the more outré elements of pop. New album Petrushka brings these influences together into their strongest and most compelling release yet. David Bowie recognised the band's potential when he put them at the top of a new music poll in the The Times.
Honeytrap's launch gig will have amazing support in the form of the enchanting Olivia Chaney, who recently toured with Zero 7 and there will be puppetry and performance from the uniquely talented Monooka. Chris The Rock'n'Roll Town Crier will compère and DJ, plus there is art from WW Gallery's Boa Swindler and Sardine & Tobleroni.
Brilliant video for Honeytrap's new single from their forthcoming album Petrushka
(by Kathryn Rosa Miller)
Eva Lis on Tunnel Vision
+ artist-in-residence Boa Swindler A talk by Eva Lis and work in progress by Boa Swindler.
First Thursday 2nd September 2010, 6-9pm at WW Gallery
Artist Eva Lis talks about her installation Tunnel Vision ahead of its opening on Thursday 9th September. Tunnel Vision is the first public art project to take place in Hackney Downs, the beautiful park opposite WW Gallery at 30 Queensdown Road. Lis will talk about the ideas behind the project and answer questions. This will be a funny, interesting and lively evening, with bar, garden and the chance to talk to artist-in-residence Boa Swindler and view her works in progress. Babel
an evening of Performance and Video, curated by Natasha Bailey and Holly Slingsby
First Thursday 5th August 2010, 6 – 10PM
Natasha Bailey / Holly Slingsby / Zena Bielewicz / Jeremy Bailey / Sam Belinfante / Angus Braithwaite / Jack Catling / Steven Dickie / Benedict Drew / Ian Giles / Olof Helga Helgadottir / Kirsten Norrie / Frances Scott
Sam Belinfante has shown at Tate Britain and is currently showing at the Baltic, Gateshead. Jeremy Bailey has performed internationally and is described by Filmmaker magazine as "a one-man revolution on the way we use video, computers and our bodies to create art." Kirsten Norrie has performed internationally with the Wolf in the Winter. Ian Giles performed as part of this year's Whitstable Biennial. Benedict Drew won Best in Show at this year's Images Festival in Toronto, Canada. The evening is also a chance to view work in progress by WW artist in residence Boa Swindler.
The dynamic duo will be taking part in the Hackney Wicked Art Festival, now in its 3rd year, the festival promises 3 days of open studios, exhibitions, live art events, live music and more. Sardine & Tobleroni will be presenting a selection of their finest Art Brut and their new installation God's Boombox. Getting There > DLR: Pudding Mill Lane
Overground: Hackney Wick
Bus routes: 8, 26, 30, 236, 276, 388, 488
for more information, visit the Hackney Wicked site