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The Vending Machine Art Gallery – LAUNCH


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Thu 13 Apr
Running from 13th April - 26th May

DJs: Hector Plimmer, Dubious Doobies

The Vending Machine Art Gallery is back with a third show at Patterns, Brighton. Opening on the 13th April (Bank Holiday Weekend!) with music from Hector Plimmer (NTS), and Dubious Doobies (Balamii) as well as over 30 artists selling original prints. So, replace that print you got from IKEA, or buy something for that girl you stalk on Instagram. More importantly, come and drink FREE Beer and have fun.

Pretend you are cool again, can handle drinking mid week, and don’t have social anxiety. From 6 until they tell us we have to leave…

Prints start from just £20.

Running from 13th April – 26th May

More on the theme from the curators Tom and Hannah

‘Brighton, the city that celebrates individuality and positivity welcomes everyone’s views.

Inspiration can come from anything from politics to sexuality or even something as simple as the view of the sea from your bedroom window.

Whether you look out or look down. Come see how our artists for The Vending Machine Art Gallery in Patterns, Brighton see the world.’

Artists include:

Sophie Abbott

http://www.sophieabbott.net/about/

Adam Campbell

http://www.beardless.co.uk/

Liam Smith 

http://giantworks.tumblr.com/

Brighton based Designer and Illustrator

Martin Ross Butler

https://martinrossbutler.com

Thomas Hedger

London-based artist

https://www.instagram.com/hedgerart/

http://www.thomashedger.co.uk/

The Vending Machine Art Gallery

The Vending Machine Art Gallery is an art gallery concept that brings art to new, interesting, and accessible locations by selling art through a vending machine. The first art vending machine appeared as a show consisting of 40 different artists from all over Europe all of whom created a piece of art for the vending machine that we sold as a limited edition prints from a vending machine in The Fox pub on Kingsland Road. The opening attracted over 800 people as well as articles in The Evening Standard, Time Out, Elephant Magazine

 


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