Screen prints from some of Australia's best known and emerging artists will be showcased at a groundbreaking exhibition in East London.
Life, the debut exhibition for Heaps Good, will feature work from the likes of Reg Mombassa and Jeremy Ville, all hinged on the theme of the meaning of life.
The quirk of this six-day exhibition is that the colour red will be the predominant feature and limited edition prints of every piece of work displayed will yours to buy for just £50.
All proceeds will go to the aids charity, (RED) which works with the world’s most iconic brands to make unique product
items, giving up to 50 percent of their profits to invest in HIV and
AIDS programs. Every dollar goes straight to the people who need it.
Get along to the opening night of this exhibition and support great Australian creative talent. It might help to know you'll be plied with red wine courtesy of Penfold's. Expect to be so energised by the vivid creations on display you'll be bursting at the seams to rock on at the afterparty at XOYO
The lads at Heaps Good are getting a hand from Print Club London to put on this spanking show.
The artists whose work will be on show include:
JEREMYVILLE / WE BUY YOUR KIDS / JONATHAN ZAWADA / REG MOMBASSA
/ EAMO DONNELLY / KAREENA ZEREFOS / TIMBA SMITS / SARAH LARNACH / LILLY
PIRI / BEN BROWN / RILLA ALEXANDER / ALTER / BEASTMAN / JAMES GULLIVER
/ NUMSKULL / KATE BANAZI / EXPIALIDOCIOUS / JAMES KAPE / JAMES MCNAMARA
We'll see you there.
OPENING: 5pm, July 1, 2011
214 Brick Lane, E1 6SA
Continuing daily until Wednesday 6 July: 11am – 5pm