On November 13, Guerrilla Zoo presented ‘Modern Panic VI’, an extraordinary patchwork of distraught urban mutants, comic sex toys, social caricatures, beheaded clowns, and unyielding live art provocateurs. Until November 22, they’ve taken over Hackney Road’s Apiary Studios – a surrealist gateway for London’s dark art connoisseurs and lovers of the grotesque.
Stand back and don’t panic as fearless Kayleigh O’Keefe opens the doors to her “Psychedelic Menstrual Hut”, Charlotte Bailey revolutionizes the once trusted art of embroidery and “craftivist” Carrie Reichardt unfolds the intricate patterns of her highly-politicised, rock’n’roll ceramics.
November 13-November 22, 2015
APIARY STUDIOS | 458 Hackney Road, London E2 9EG
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Gary Alford, Miki Aurora, Franko B, Charlotte Bailey, Bakhtiyar Berkin, Candykonk, Christophe Richart Carrozza, Iain Coiley, Boldizsar CR, Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule, David Dellagi, Jan Hakon Erichsen, Isabel Farfan, Andru Fijalkowski, Glenn Fitzpatrick, Harumi Foster, Laura Gabe, Charlie Tuesday Gates, Tommy Graham, Olga Guse, Peter Hanmer, Adam Harvey, Cindy Hinant, James Hollenbaugh, Sarah Jane Jones, Vasilis Karvounis, The Krah, Roisin Larkin, Ryan Lee, Simon Lejeune, Iain Macarthur, David Mckean, Ore Miamshick, Sophie Morton, Demitri Nezis, Carrie Reichardt, Larry Revoir, Lucy Sparrow, Ralph Steadman, Daniel Stoneham, Mike Turner, Vortman, Giles Walker, Daniel Wechsler, LG White, Yaxxy Wong, Darko Zarevski, Yuri Zupancic
Philip Bedwell, Emily Bee, MisSa Blue, Snake Fervor, Louis Fleischauer, Izaskun Gonzalez, Kayleigh O’Keefe, Roderick D Morgan, Takatsuna Mukai, RE:Act!, Marnie Scarlet, Sebastiano Sing, Eliza Soroga Syban, Tobias Wrong, Desmond Zeederberg
M O D E R N P A N I C VI
Curated by James Elphick
This year’s exhibition offers a rare opportunity to see the work of political agitator and savage satirist, gonzo artist Ralph Steadman, who is famed for his work with Hunter S Thompson and William S Burroughs. Also exhibiting is the artist best known for his countless collaborations with Neil Gaiman (Sandman, MirrorMask), his illustration of Batman’s Arkham Asylum along with his album art for countless musicians, from The Rolling Stones to Bill Laswell, the irrepressible Dave McKean.
Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough (detail) by Peter Hammer
Somethin… Been Added by Ralph Steadman & William S Burroughs
Rolf live painting by Tommy Graham
Postcard 1 by Lucy Sparrow
Queen Staffs + by Dave McKean
Mam1 by Roisin Larkin