Thursday, 1 September 2011

DnA Factory, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright DnA Factory

From Thursday 6th October until Thursday 20th October 2011.
Open from 10-6pm every day at:

Londonewcastle Project Space
28 Redchurch Street
E2 7DP

Time Out’s First Thursdays: Thursday 6th October 2011 until late
Frieze week Party: Friday 14th October 2011 until late.

Plus Art Project’s Alternative Frieze show ‘Neon + Vinyl’ is exhibiting new art works by over 30 leading artists including Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, Mat Collishaw, Gavin Turk, Franko B, Mark Titchner, Mustafa Hulusi, Regina Silveira, Amanda Eliasch, Peter Lamb and Paul Hoskin, Dave Woods, Peter Ainsworth, Alex Baker, Phil Wilson-Perkin, Warren McLachlan, Tim Bromage, Mark Croxford, Morag Myerscough, Kim Fielding, Dominc Allan, John Tiney, Jason Davidge, Stik, Melville Mitchell, Nick Kennedy, Will Strong, John Close, Will Marshall and The DnA Factory amongst others.

The show is unique in drawing together such a wide range of creative talent to work with media traditionally associated with street level advertising and industrial processes. We are challenging artists to subvert these media and find new ways to communicate.

Curated and produced by neonist Kerry Ryan, artist Declan McMullan and Jessica Temple, ‘Neon + Vinyl’ is the fourth Frieze week show from Plus Art Projects.

Social lubrication will be provided by live bands and a bar.

For more information, please contact:

There's more info about it here too:

DnA Factory, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright DnA Factory

We've mentioned the Uber cool DnA Factory on several occasions on this site as we are very much huge fans of their work.  We even have our own small piece of their work which is absolutely treasured and in pride of place in our own personal environment.  In conjunction with The New English, the guys from DnA factory have produced more pieces to add to your collection.  These guys are so fricking hot that if you don't have these pieces already then what are you doing?  We can see these pieces being sold in the coolest places. (if they are not already).  Bergdorf Goodman (NYC) should be snapping up these little pups', Galleries Lafeyette,  Selfridges, Harrods (maybe).  These are too fabulously risque for the malls of Dubai, but the cutting edge cities such as London, Paris, Berlin, New York  should be snapping this stuff up - you heard it here first. 

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