3 December 2010
Head to Brighton for some graphic treats in the run up to Christmas
On 3 December Pay & Display, a pop-up gallery in Brighton, will open its doors to the public for one month only.
Offering ‘a unique Christmas shopping opportunity for the visually discerning’, Pay & Display will be stocked with limited edition prints, photography, furniture and ‘assorted accoutrements’. Work includes irreverent mischief by Modern Toss, Gemma Booth’s playful photographic art, photomontages by Sharon Elphick, surreal prints by Brighton-based Maria Rivans and the ‘knitted whimsy’ of Cardigan (aka Kate Jenkins). Get ’em while you can …
Top: ‘Titanic’ screenprint by Modern Toss
Above: Gemma Booth’s ‘Computer Love’ photographic print.
Below: Sharon Elphick’s ‘Graffiti’
Above: ‘Medusa’ screenprint by Maria Rivans.
Below: ‘Periodic Tablecloth of Swearing’ by Modern Toss (actually a bit small for a proper table, more a tea towel).
3 > 24 December 2010
Pay & Display
82 Gloucester Rd
Brighton BN1 4AQ
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