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31st JAN '10: GRAFFIK GATHERING AND ART BINS: Graffik gallery. Portobello, West London, 28th Jan – On the eve of the Art Bin launch over at Peckham’s, South London gallery, and for what it may or may not be worth, we’re a million miles away over on the West side and Ladbrook Grove.  Ladbrook Grove is where art really does have both feet firmly planted on the street – those first graff-art moves, the Westway, The Clash (all documented on previous pages here). We really couldn’t be further away from the notion of a Michael Landy Art Bin and all those now ageing and establishment Bright Young Things lining up to throw their failed art away. It is an intriguing idea, failed paintings (that still must be worth thousands on the open market of course), treated as reverentially as always, in terms of packaging, transport and handling, until they actually get to the bin/gallery, and then, white gloves off and in they’re thrown. I guess everyone has a ‘failed’ piece, or a piece they’ve finally given up on, does a ‘failed’ piece ever come to a conclusion or do you just give up on it before you reach that point of ‘failure’? Surely a ‘failed’ piece is just an unfinished piece? The failure to conclude? Could it have been pushed, do ‘they’ have piles of ‘failures’ in the corner of their studios? Pieces that we never ever get to see? And what about all the artists who never get their work out of their studios anyway? Is that failure? All that art that no one ever gets to see? And have the pieces really ‘failed’ if they become part of Michael Landry’s latest (rather exciting) project anyway? Evolved rather than failed? Some of it really is ‘rubbish’, the sight of that Damien Hurst skull painting on canvas being dropped the thirty feet down in to the bin was a little under-whelming, looked like a bad Metallica tribute band album cover painted in a sixthform schoolroom artclass as it crashed down and hit the ground... The scoffing critic dismissing Tracy Emits piece as junk before being told who it was... Going to be ‘interesting’ to see how this all evolves, art from failure? It can’t possible fail can it... ? Art as spectator sport? Is that one good enough for the bin? it isn't any old rubbish in there you know, Mr Landy clearly know what he likes (or doesn't)
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            Graffik arrived in Portobello Road late Summer last year, in the old Planet Alice place, a small shop sized gallery just up from the Westway. They’ve already enthusiastically hosted several impressive street art style exhibitions and events in gallery’s short lifetime - Trans 1, Loslohbros... It is more of a permanent shop than just a gallery, there’s always new work in there, unknowns rubbing canvas shoulders with street art names. The Graffik reputation is quietly growing, word has spread and the welcoming little gallery has become a rather decent friendly place to just drop in to and check out street art flavoured creativity and such. I guess the fact that MuTate’s One Step In The Grove happened right outside their front door late last year helped rather a lot – lot of the artists from MuTate with small pieces in here now, Snub 23 shields on the wall, some of the small scrapart sculpture pieces that were in MuTate’s show. It is mostly relatively small pieces - isn’t really the space for anything too big – small to medium pieces of canvas art, prints... Yes there are the racks of T-shirts and Banksy ‘souvenirs’, guess they have rent to pay like the rest of us ... 
            And as word has spread, has the art in Graffik evolved and swung towards what you might call the street art mainstream? Has the maverick edge dulled just a little as the bigger names have started to arrive and squeeze others out? The art in here, on the whole, is really good, we’re not complaining here, some of it sometimes seems rather obvious though, stencil ideas that may have been seen a few times already? Few too many ‘Banksys’ churning it out while they chase a slice? Tonight there’s a busy selection of graphic pieces on the wall, mostly on canvas, the more adventurous on discarded pieces of wood, old radiators, found cardboard boxes... There’s classic pieces of Code, Snub 23, lots of really good stuff in here, but is a lot of this just rather safe polite coffee table versions of the street art idea? And if that is the case then is there anything wrong with that? Is this the kind of art you simply buy, take home, put on your wall and enjoy – is it as gloriously simple as that? Is this where street art is going? Well in some ways yes, but with people like Roa, Blu and the excellent Rub Candy out there, when you can feel genuinely excited by the news that Swoon coming to town, when those Stik figures keep popping up around town then surely things are well? Yes, all is well, the notion of street art is still out on the street and still evolving in so many healthy ways, there’s room for it all, the evolving scene is rather exciting right now don’t you think...? if some of it evolves in to coffee table art to take home and hang on your wall that’s alright isn’t it? Just as long as it keeps evolving, as long as things stay fresh... 
        So Graffik is a good place to fine art, a place alive with reasonably priced pieces of exciting original creativity to take home and enjoy. And tonight, Graffik a good place to meet up and this is not where the debate on the direction of street art (or indeed art in general) should be happening, no art bins here (although the empty donut bags have been rescued and now have paint on them). Tonight we’re drinking beer, eating the aforementioned donuts and meeting lots of people, exploring sketchbooks, exploring the walls, eye constantly caught by something new, we’re having a good time. Graffik is simply a good place to pick up impressive pieces of very skilful graphic style street art - there’s a slice of busy manga influenced brightness here, a new stencil piece for your toilet wall over there - contemporary pop art, clever street art, comic book art, illustration, and most of it very slick and graphically impressive. This maybe isn’t the place to pick up anything that out on the edge, nothing that ‘lose’ or fine art based, this is very much street art as graphic art territory. Are we on dangerous ground now, when does street art become fine art? This isn’t the place for that argument, Graffik gallery does exactly what it says on the tin, this isn’t the place to drive arguments..  Pretty much all the work here is of a rather high standard - impressive, photo-realistic, slick street art, most of it is really good, most of it rather desirable. Most of it comfortable within the environment. Kind of want a ‘fault’ or two here or there, a jagged edge, a sense of danger, but hey, some of us like ‘accidents’, a challenge or two, the notion of out-there wild art rather than the now rather established rules street art? Graffik is great, tonight’s party gathering is fun. Sure there’s nothing in here in danger of being a Michael Landry Art Bin ‘failure’ and as someone said over at MuTate the other day, “this stuff ain’t for those artnobs”. Hang on, we’re getting in far too deep, we’re just here to meet some people, listen to some music, suck down a few tins of beer, enjoy some art and have some fun... 
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          And Graffik is pretty full when we get there, lot of friendly people in here, people in the shop, people out back in the small yard (where the familiar sites of a Stik boy and a Code CCTV head are on the wall somewhere in the dark behind the bodies). There’s a DJ in the middle of the shop/gallery area and the place is packed with art. There’s people dropping in a bringing along beer, wine, and occasionally some art of their own. A nice big relief piece arrives and cause a bit of a stir... There’s pieces left on the side for others to pick up, there’s a couple of people (from the Isle Of Man) adding small stencil pieces to the front wall of the shop (with permission). People swapping information, ideas, news - art-makers, art-enthusiasts, there’s a nice friendly mellow party buzz in here, people swapping pieces of work, radio station interviews being done (Resonance FM in the house, Create and Survive), ideas and information being swapped - good time being had by all, good art shared... Roll on the next one, we like Graffik, if we had the money, we’d probably spend a fortune in there... 

www.graffiklondon.co.uk
www.art-bin.co.uk

Intersting bit on Michael Landy and his Art Bin here in the Observer

28th JAN '10: SWOON is to have a solo show at BLKRAT PRESS later this year. So hopefully we shall see some of her work back on the streets of London, more news here when there is more news...
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27th JAN '10: Art art, new brow, old brow, art brow, street brow,  we're just here pointing signposts and firing up links to the art-fuelled places that interest us... Tomorrow it'll be a gathering at Graffix, today we're dealing in streetart films and such. Meanwhile the first in our series of visual art radio documentaries will run on London art radio station Resonance FM on 11th February at 8.00pm. A series of interview/documentary shows, from the Organart team, called CREATE AND SURVIVE, the first of which was made at the Thousands exhibition late last year here in London. Half hour interview with RJ of Vandalog. more about this in a couple of days when complimentary webpages have been made and other irons are taken out of fires. Create And Survive Two is being made right now... this Organ thing is a non-stop operation.. 

NEW BROW: THE RISE OF UNDERGROUND ART, a documentary film that looks like is does exactly what it says on the tin, is to premier in London at long last... Here comes the blurb....
          “London Miles Gallery is proud to host the premiere UK screening of Contemporary Art documentary, New Brow - The rise of Underground Art, a feature film presented by Humble Pictures. The documentary features some of today's most influential and groundbreaking artists from the New Contemporary Art movement, such as Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Silvia Ji, Gary Baseman, Shag and many more, who speak openly and enlighteningly about the growing art movement and its origins. The documentary not only includes first-handaccounts from an impressive list of pioneering artists, but also showcases the important galleries and collectors who adopted, and continue to drive the New Contemporary Art movement today.
            New Brow has been the official selection of the San Francisco Film festival, Rader Hamburg Film Festival, The Tulsa United Film Festival, The Hot Springs Film Festival and the Golden State Film Festival. New Brow premiered at the 2009 Golden State Film Festival where it received the second largest attendance behind a special screening of Star Wars, the Empire Strikes Back. It has been screened in cities across America and has made its way to Europe, Australia and now to London this February”.
         London Miles will be screening New Brow on the following days: Saturday the 20th of February at 4:00pm, -Saturday the 27th February at 2:00pm and 5:30pm. Tickets are £8.00. The film will be shown in the Project Room in Westbourne Studios. 
       More details: www.newbrowfilm.com or www.londonmiles.com
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SEAN WORRALL - 99 CALORIES 201027th JAN '10: ART BIN? Load of old rubbish? From 29 January until 14 March 2010 acclaimed British artist Michael Landy will transform the South London Gallery into a 600m³ container for the disposal of works of art. “Art Bin” will gradually fill up over the six week course of the exhibition to create ’a monument to creative failure’. “Click here to apply to dispose of art works in Art Bin and Michael Landy or his representative will respond to your application within one week of receipt. Please submit one work only per form, multiple applications are welcome. Deliveries will be taken at the SLG from 7 December 2009 by prior arrangement, and from 29 January – 14 March 2010 works can be brought to the SLG to be disposed of in Art Bin from Tuesday – Sunday, 12–6pm. Please note that for access purposes the gallery entrance measures 210 x 122 cm. Michael Landy or his representative will decide which works go into Art Bin and not all works will be accepted”. Sounds like a load of old rubbish to us, maybe Banksy and Robbo can have a look -  www.art-bin.co.uk

I leave my rubbish on the streets, leaving 'rubbish' on the streets isn't that new I know, but there is a pleasure to be found in the process, indeed the leaving and the communication that follows is part of the creative process.. 

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE PREVIEW 'VISUAL ALBUM' - Animal Collective have released a trailer for their long-awaited "visual album", 'ODDSAC', which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last week. Speaking about the film, the band's Avery Tare said (to one of those glossy music papers) "We tried to make the music go along with the visuals as much as possible. We didn't want it to sound just like a soundtrack, but then we didn't want it to be like a music video either". Director Danny Perez added: "It's kinda like a psychedelic film, it's not like a narrative film or anything. There are more cohesive moments in it, but then there are some that are a little more abstract". Watch the trailer here
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26th JAN '10: YOU LOOK LIKE THE RIGHT TYPE...  “Each day I write down dialogue I hear, spoken around me from honest-to-gosh real people. At the end of the day, I turn my jot-list into a stack of tiny sketches. I post one a day. Twenty four hours later, a new collection begins” so says Mark Addison Smith (of Chicago), explore Mark’s work via his You Look Like The Right Type blog, We came upon it, liked it, so up on line here it goes, simple really... 

25th JAN '10: “Well it looks like game set and match for team Robbo” reports Hookedblog. “While Banksy was off in Utah hitting up the streets with new works to promote the premiere of his “Exit Through the Gift Shop” movie, Team Robbo struck again. Having previously taken out two of the four Banksy Camden canal pieces which appeared over December, they have now completed the set and altered/added to the two remaining pieces”.
      Photographer and blogger Nolions has snapped the two altered Banksy pieces and also written a great piece about this ongoing graff vs streetart beef over on the Graffoto blog. You can read it here
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24th JAN '10: EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP then...  BANKSY’s upcoming film Exit Through The Gift Shop is making it’s official debut at the Sundance film festival, and in the words of Jetset Graffiti, “This one is going to take the world by storm and change street art forever”, Who knows about that, street art is forever changing anyway isn’t? Well some of it? Of has it already changed and become something else? Here’s the You Tube trailer

23rd JAN '10: SHEPARD FAIREY’s latest set of works, the Eye Alert pieces, have been receiving quite a lot of attention and on line reaction... Shepard Fairey has now posted an bit of an explanation on his Obey Giant website 
         Eye Alert Explained: “The Eye Alert poster is my response to the state of healthcare reform in the U.S. I’m disappointed that instead of focusing on saving lives and improving lives, healthcare reform is succumbing to corporate-fuelled fear and disinformation. The healthcare industry is the largest in America, yet 30 million people —10% of our population — are left without the means to access medical care. 
         We know that something needs to be done about our broken (or non-existent) system, or costs will continue to skyrocket and more and more people will be left without access to healthcare. It’s a moral issue and a human rights issue, but it looks like the people who have stood up for it have been outvoted by corporations and their lobbyists.  It’s a sad day in America. – Shepard”

      Quick remnder that this is happening today: I’M A PHOTOGRAPHER, NOT A TERRORIST have invited all photographers to a mass photo gathering in defence of street photography. Happens at Twelve noon on Saturday 23rd January 2010 – at Trafalgar Square, London. More from photographernotaterrorist.org. And so is the closing of the Walls of Authority. Trafalgar Square, then, Police permitting, over to an old South London police station that's now an art gallery, and right now an art gallery full of hysterical women... 
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22nd JAN '10: WALLS OF AUTHORITY closes tomorrow with a number of in-gallery events, performance pieces, tea, cakes and who knows what. The week long event put on by the rather inspiring Hysterical Women collective, closes this Saturday with the final events taking place between 2pm and 5pm. All happens over at the Old Police Station, London SE14. More details from Hysterical Women

21st JAN '10: “On Friday two young and hungry New York Street Artists combined their artistry, critical intellects, and kinetic energy (and questionable dancing skills) to help define street art for a new generation on the cusp of the 2010’s” so says the BROOKLYN STREET ART website., read more about the GAIA and NOH J COLEY collaboration here. Do rather like the way Street art, blogs, websites, Twitter news and everything is combining right now... Roa paints something in Germany, Uneath report it, Wooster pick it up, Vandlof twitters it, Hookerblog gets on the case and on it goes, street word spreading digitally and certainly where the real excitement is in terms of art is right now.
      “In an age of shifting definitions in the art world, the Street Art world, and, well, the whole freakin’ modern world, you can take heart to know that the kids still know how to have fun, and some  of them are willing to work their butts off in pursuit of a vision.” (Brooklyn Street Art)

16th JAN '10: The HYSTERICAL WOMEN WALLS OF AUTHORITY show is where we're heading today...
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13th JAN '10: And on it went, my spray can is bigger than your spray can, Robbo vs Banksy down the Camden canal bank having in large with paint and ome more ego. Got to laugh at the pair of them, street art? soap opera? next week, handbag stencil?.

WALLS OF AUTHORITY - Hysterical Women say they are pleased to present the exhibition “Walls of Authority”. An exhibtion, at the Old Police Station, Deptford, South London (running from Saturday 16th to Saturday 23rd of January)showing in total 25 artists from different backgrounds and countries, working with mediums that range from painting to photography, drawing, collage, sculpture, installation, printing, performance, video, animation and multimedia. As the Old Police Station has been cleared of violence and submission to power, we will exorcise the building from its past and celebrate its birth with a new creative identity. Hysterical Women is a newly formed female art group who aims to create thought-provoking exhibitions, where stunning artworks create a remarkable experience. To find out more head over to www.hystericalwomen.com - all looks rather stimulatingly intriguing, more here next week

The weekly one pence painting experiment starts here with a Resonance FM microphone, no Organgrinding and a Twitter or two, an exercise in multi-media internet word of mouth one painting a week until... Well for at least twenty-three weeks, kind of like leaving them on the street only nothing like that

And then there's the Brew Dog pop art... “Beer was never meant to be bland, tasteless and apathetic. At BrewDog we are setting the record straight. We are committed to making the highest quality beers with the finest fresh natural ingredients. Our beers are in no way commercial or mainstream. We do not merely aspire to the proclaimed heady heights of conformity through neutrality and blandness. We are unique and individual. A beacon of non-conformity in a increasingly monotone corporate desert. We are proud to be an intrepid David in a desperate ocean of insipid Goliaths. We are proud to be an alternative”.
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11th JAN '10: Cold cold cold down the Southbank late last night, horizontal sleet! We walk past the skate/graff area every Sunday night on the way to do our weekly mmusic show at the the Resonance FM studio down at London bridge....Here’s a taste of what’s down at the Southbank this week. We'll put a whole lot more up in a bit, been taking shots down there for years actually, great old school feel down there. 

       London Art Fair time then.... more of that soon.

  CREATE AND SURVIVE...  Meanwhile can we have street art on the radio? First of a series of Organ radio shows called Create And Survive will be on line and on air at London arts radio station Resonance 104.4FM very soon. Watch this space for mere details, this isn't a street art show, more a series of anything creative in terms of visual art radio shows. First one will focus on street art with a 30 minute interview done with the rather interesting and informative RJ from Vandalog, The interview was conducted at the Thousands show RJ put on late last year here in London. Got something art shaped you think we should be covering via our Create And Survive series of radio shows? Fire your thoughts our way via organzine at aol dot com. Talk to us, get involved, the word at Organ has always been create, you''ll find "create" running through all those early hand made editions of Organ from the 80's... 
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Lots more of these Southbank shots up on line very soon. Meanwhile over on the new NO ORGANGRIDING HERE blog you can see what was left down at the Southbank last night. That blog explains itself, no need to go trumpet blowing on this page..
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9th JAN '10: GAIA and M-WAY in the snow of New York City... “Two of my favorite artists collaborating in a snowy NYC scene; very different styles, but this works so well” said someone from Unurth (with no u in favourites for Unurth is American). Don’t you just love the way word of good street art travels, where was art before Twitter? (go look on the street art list on our Twitter page) 

8th JAN '10: Paint come out of nozzles in a different way in this weather... 

I’M A PHOTOGRAPHER, NOT A TERRORIST have invited all photographers to a mass photo gathering in defence of street photography. Happens at Twelve noon on Saturday 23rd January 2010 – at Trafalgar Square, London. More from http://photographernotaterrorist.org/

6th JAN '10: Some street art surfing for you.... First up we have  BLU, over in Buenos Aires, and some more rather impressively grand scale Street Art courtesy of the always good Unurth website...  A behind the scenes look at the fine art studio of OBEY GIANT Shepard Fairey's Stencil Collection via a video made by Bomit, spy on the GIant here...Meanwhile here in London, the Hackney Wick Olympic clean up buff, as reported by Art of The State...  Another damn downside to the damn olympics that's been sucking up arts funding, council tax and just about everything else...
  Street Art Village: Some great images documenting the village of Doel and the street art, including some more ROA, of the now rather empty buildings over on the Nuart site. “Nuclear Plant Doel is one of the two nuclear power plants in Belgium. The plant lies on the bank of the Scheldt, near the village of Doel in the Flemish province of East Flanders. Doel is threatened with complete demolition due to the future enlargement of the harbour of Antwerp. This has seen many people having to sell their homes to the development corporation of that enlargement. Many historical buildings will be destroyed including a beautiful church”. 
       And last but not least, a van flying around East London with a HORFE piece on the side via the Hookedblog....
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STIK, LADBROOK GROVE, LONDON, 2009  (Sean - Organart)4th JAN '10: Well it is maybe the most interesting debate within the art world as we enter a new decade, street art really can’t be ignored, well you could have said that at any time over the last twenty or so years, household names now though. The excellent way the Thousands show was presented in London late last year sent out the questions to the establishment, is street art really art? Where does it start and end? Should it be in galleries? Do we want it reproduced on posters (as RJ from the always interesting Vandalog was asking earlier this week). Some of the comments left on the Times webpages after the whole Banksy vs Robbo thing were predictably ‘interesting’... and judging by the business being done over the counter at MuTate, a fair section of the ‘general public’ want it, then again you can get yourself an ASBO for just taking photos of street art... we’ll be waiting for that tap on the shoulder any moment now then... There's some STIK collaborations you can see in Ladbrook Grove, West London right now, or at least you could last week... 

ASBO for photographer who snapped grafitti 'art' (so reports a local paper). “A photographer who snapped Banksy-style images has been given an ASBO after he was deemed a nuisance. But an impressive selection of art lovers – including a curator from the Tate Gallery in London and the authors of a heavyweight New York art book – gave references in favour of East Reading’s James Matthews. The 22-year-old, who works professionally as a photographer, was due to stand trial at Reading Crown Court on Monday, December 14.... More here

1st JAN '10: More West London scissor attacks.... That was last year though, red x photographed today, post box back in November, scissors all over town....  and that forth square is a Roa rabbit just because Roa is a good way to start the artistic decade, that’s a Roa crow down there as well... on with the paint and the words and the radio waves... start of a new decade, or at least start of the next day... “Keep looooooooking....”

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