The first CATSHOP collective exhibition is now confirmed for the 15th -20th of December 2011 at the Gallery on the Corner, 155 Battersea Park Road, London, SW8 4BU.
Tentatively titled “BIGCATSHOP” The featured artists will allegedly be Tarnia Gracie, Edward Lawrenson, Nick Reading, Natalie Rose Hutton, Ben Carrick, Martin McNally and Sam Good. Amid the current scenes of financial elites running riot and panic on the streets of English cities, the show will interrogate and dissect the ever-changing role of felines within our crumbling western society by juxtaposing a harsh sense of gritty urban realism with lots of nice fluffy ears. The featured work will be a broad range of contemporary Painting and New Media installations, unified by liberal use of empty rhetoric and lazy semantics (“I blame those bloody tories” etc etc).
A poster and details of the Private View will follow shortly.
A second exhibition, the equally imaginatively titled “BIGELEPHANTSHOP” is already in the early planning stages and is set to take place at an artist-run space in East Oxford in the new year. In other news our blog is now up and running and can be viewed at:
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