The Huffington Post have published a fantastic review on Justin Eagle’s solo show ‘food for the poor daddy not home from work yet’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street. The piece, by Bianca Brigitte Bonomi, can be viewed online here.
Look out for John Walter’s guest appearance with a selection of his artworks on the new Channel 4 programme ‘Ben Earl: Deception‘. The show is due to air at the end of April.
Justin Eagles latest interview on his current solo show ‘food for the poor daddy not home from work yet’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street is now live on London Calling’s website. Read it here.
On Saturday 18th May 2013, John Walter and MEANTIME Project Space will present ‘The John McCririck Memorial Bar’ a new performative installation as part of Art Flea at Stroud Valleys Artspace. For further information, click here.
Velour Magazine have published an interview with Justin Eagle discussing his current solo show at Vitrine. Eagle talks about his new body of work produced for ‘food for the poor daddy not home from work yet’, on show at Vitrine Bermondsey Street. read the feature here.
To coincide with the opening of his solo show at VITRINE, The Playground interview Justin Eagle for their ‘Featured Artist’ section. Eagle discusses the development of his practise and his plans for the future in the feature, which can be read here.
Three of Wil Murray’s pieces will be featured in the group exhibition ‘Made in Alberta Part IV’ at The Art Gallery of Calgary. The exhibition brings together work from over 60 of the most prominent visual artists working in Alberta and will run between 22 March and 4 May 2013. Find more information here.
Wil Murray has been selected to take part in curator Guy Morag’s ‘International Plain Notebook Project’, in which each participating artist is asked to create a work of art with a simple notebook. The Project invites collaboration from artists from all over the world and launches in Israel on March 21 2013. More info here.