AMPS/10 show at Photofusion

I will have some work showing at photofusion as part of the AMPS/10 show. The private view is on thursday 9 th December at 6.30 and the exhibition will run til end of January. Come down for some mince pies and mulled wine!


@ Photofusion

17a Electric Lane


Private view:
Thursday 9th December 6.30 - 9.00pm

Facebook event page click here

Boogie and Tunnels

Serbian photographer Boogie will be showing some his work as part of this show and the venue for it sounds dope. I'm a big fan of both his work and underground tunnels. check it out!!!

The labyrinth of tunnels beneath Waterloo station will be converted into a large-scale evocation of Dante's Inferno. Visitors will explore a unique interpretation of the nine circles of hell through the vision of your very favorite Laz artists plus additional contributions from outside the normal roster including: Conor Harrington, Vhils, George Osodi, Antony Micallef, Doug Foster, Todd James, Paul Insect, Mark Jenkins, Boogie, Ian Francis, Polly Morgan, Jonathan Yeo and many more ... Interaction with the works will be encouraged as part of this multi-sensory experience. Hell's Half Acre will be open for viewing from 12th to 17th October, 6pm till 11pm Tuesday to Thursday, with extended hours over the weekend.

Trekstock carnaby st .pop-up shop - Charity event

I will showing some photos in theis charity event. the event runs from the 1st to the 15th of july. come down for drinks, music, art and spare some money for charity... also work by eine, blam, mysterious al, eelus, probs, motorboy, ronzo, david walker and stika...

'Trekstock is proud to announce its’ limited edition, pop-up shop launching July 1st-15th just off London’sworld famous Carnaby Street. To mark this occasion, Trekstock have collaborated with ten international bands/artists with a UK presence over the upcoming festival season to design a limited edition charity t-shirt kindly supplied by fashion brand Gio Goi.

All ten limited edition t-shirt designs will be on sale at the Trekstock pop-up shop between July 1st-15th. The ‘Trekshop’ will also offer shoppers the chance to get their t-shirts signed by some of the artists involved in the project as well as announcing guest DJ sets and appearances throughout the pop-up shops residency on Carnaby Street. Follow @trekstock

on twitter to find out when your favourite artists will be in store.

Doubling up as a gallery space, exhibiting exclusively signed artwork, the Trekshop has also collaborated with some of the UK’s best street artists to bring the pop-up shop to life.

Trekstock ‘10,000 Hearts’ Pop-up store, 65-67 Broadwick Street, W1.
Store hours: Mon to Wed / Frid / Sat; 10am - 7pm Thurs; 10am - 8pm, Sun; Noon - 6pm'

Event / Exhibition

I will be showing some old frames at this event at a squat in Limehouse in east London. All welcome. it'll be another weird circus random event in another squatted pub that is linked to the old cottal street squat which was dope. they getting evicted which means they'll be having a party as usual. Apparently this is just the warm up for the big 1... (here are few pics of the venue i found of their last event)

'Sunday Speak Easy Round 2 - Eviction'

British Prince Pub

49 Bromley street

London, United Kingdom

sunday june 20th
starts at 6

Bow exhibition frames

Some pics of the frames i had last exhibited in the squat/pub/venue/party thing in Bow. Don't know how good these will look as i am working on a 30 inch (in depth) fat screen tv monitor so shit even my gran would laugh at it..

Thanks to all that came down for that. Might be showing these again nest weekend in another squat in east London...

Trash Time Exhibition

Showing my work as part of an event by Trash Time in a squatted pub in Bow. The event runs from the 26 to 28 of november. There will be an art exhibition, film projection room, performances, music and graffiti in the courtyard by Jabs, Sares, Dyst 67, Disco Teck and Stoke.
Come down on the FRIDAY 27th for late night opening

Friday 27 November 2009
6 pm
Rose & Crown pub
8 Stroudley Walk, Bow
London E3 3EW


JR: Women are Heroes

Owner of what can be seen as the biggest art gallery in the world Parisian photographer JR continues his world tour, dedicated to women in poor countries entitled "Women Are Heroes".

The Pavillon de l’Arsenal in Paris will play host to the latest leg of the tour, with the exhibition running from the 3rd-23rd October. Moreover, JR has produced a huge mural in conjunction with the exhibition which, weather permitting, will remain until November 3rd.

Monty's Show

The opening show went very smoothly. Hope everyone had a good one!

Thanks to Nadir for sorting the space
and all those who came down. Special thanks to
Tobe Tizer 2Tak Tesko Bonzai Tazer Jabs Rope Jen Fakso Twesh Sares Lisa Hind Somang Suan Alex Sam Martyn Chris Suki Sarah Beth Pat FatDave Serena