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Dual Judit Rabóczky & Tim Garner exhibition at ARTZU in Manchester

Posted in Art, Exhibition, manchester with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 19, 2017 by dc

New works by Hungarian sculptor, Judit Rabóczky and Manchester artist, Tim Garner are coming to Manchester on Thursday 22nd June until the 15th July.

The dual exhibition entitled, Kids, marks the UK debut of Rabóczky, introducing her cut and welded mischievous enfant terribles characters alongside specially commissioned works by acclaimed urban landscape artist, Garner.

The exhibition runs alongside the Manchester International Festival and those seeking further details on the exhibition are free to email marc.parry@artzu.co.uk – in the meantime check out some of the artists exciting work below:

Judit Rabóczky:

Judity Raboczky 2

Judity Raboczky 1

Tim Garner:

Tim Garner 1

Tim Garner 2

George W Bush’s Vladimir Putin portrait

Posted in Art with tags , , , , , , on April 5, 2014 by dc

Vladimir Putin portrait

David Shrigley’s bear drawing

Posted in Art, Cartoon, Comedy, Exhibition with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 2, 2012 by dc

Here’s one of my favourite drawings from David Shrigley‘s current HOW ARE YOU FEELING? exhibition at the Cornerhouse in Manchester:

david shrigley bear

Another great Vic Reeves painting

Posted in Art, Comedy with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 2, 2012 by dc

The painting above is called ‘Alan’ and was part of Vic Reeves’ 2008 Where Eagles Tremble show. The exhibition was based on a fictional story written by Reeves that chartered the life and career of a film actor called Alan Todd.

Zinedine Zidane headbutt sculpture

Posted in Art, Exhibition, weird and the wonderful with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 13, 2012 by dc

Zinedine Zidane‘s infamous 2006 World Cup final headbutt has inspired a new sculpture currently on show in New York City’s David Zwirner Gallery (see above).

The violent finale to Zidane‘s illustrious career, where he headbutted Italian defender, Marco Materazzi’s sternum is sculpted in bronze. The exhibition is called, ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf’ and is the work of Algerian conceptual artist Adel Abdessemed.

The eye-catching and powerful exhibition brings together recent works that revolve around themes of war, violence, and spectatorship. It also includes four life-size sculptures of the crucified Jesus made entirely from razor wire, as well as drawings of ‘kamikaze’ porcupines, weasels, tortoises, and other reptiles all with sticks of dynamite strapped to them.

The exhibition was unveiled on the 17th February and is on show until this Saturday (17th March) – check out more stills from the show here.

David Shrigley – Brain Activity

Posted in Art, Comedy, Exhibition with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 4, 2012 by dc


From last Wednesday until the 13th May, The Hayward Gallery presents David Shrigley‘s first major show in London, Brain Activity.

The exhibition covers the full smorgasbord of Shrigley’s talents, from drawings through to photography, books, sculptures, animations, paintings and music.

The piece above is called, Nutless.

Go see…

More news on Shane Meadows’ possible Stone Roses documentary

Posted in Film, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 16, 2011 by dc

Shane Meadows shed a little bit more light on his potential Stone Roses documentary at Manchester Central today.

Speaking at this week’s first ever BVE North exhibition, Meadows confirmed that he is hopeful of landing the gig as Stone Roses documentary maker – and has even freed up his schedule next summer in the hope that it goes ahead.

The Stone Roses are expected to make a decision on the documentary in the next few weeks and Meadows, who’s a friend of Roses’ singer Ian Brown, was spotted filming at their reunion press conference a few weeks ago.

Here’s hoping that like the Del Monte man they say ‘yes’.