Here’s myself with exhibition guests, the legendary Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti from Throbbing Gristle and so much more to this day – the inventors of industrial music, no less.
It’s not often you get to meet your inspirations. It’s even more rare to meet them at one of your own shows. It’s practically unheard of for your inspirations to buy one of your works. It’s otherworldly when they buy THREE of them!
Photograph taken by Christine Monkhouse.
“FEMALES Volume II (with love & in death)” A New Exhibition by Phil Barrington.
From the Opening Event – Friday 28th August, 2015. 6pm-8pm.
Hamburg Gallery (1st Floor)
The Hanse House, South Quay, King’s Lynn PE30 5GN.
The exhibition runs from Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10am-4pm, in two phases in the same room;
Saturday 29th August – Wednesday 9th September “Moon” Phase; spotlight lighting & ambient soundtrack against a dark gallery space.
Thursday 17th September – Saturday 26th September “Sun” Phase; natural lighting of a quiet sunlit gallery space.
It’s certainly been hectic times since last summer, with many new works created and lots of side-projects initiated. You can always find my latest news on the BarringtonArts Facebook or Twitter platforms, so I recommend you hook up with me there. For this post though, I’d like to invite you to an event of free booze, food and social networking – oh, and my newest works…
YOUR PERSONAL INVITE TO MY NEWEST SOLO EXHIBITION
“FEMALES volume II (with love and in death)” by Phil Barrington
Opening Event; Friday August 28th – 6.00pm to 8.00pm.
You (plus guests) are invited to the private viewing event of my latest series of fine art mixed-media photography – held at the stylish first-floor Hamburg Gallery in the historic Hanse House complex on the South Quay riverside of King’s Lynn.
My newest series is a set of affordably-priced bold mood prints that continue to concentrate on the female form in a variety of different situations, all featured characters expressing a range of emotions within a world of constant turmoil. From a parisian boudoir to the fields of wartime England, from foggy lands of dead trees to a mournful post-Raj India, this new selection of FEMALES ultimately reflects the dark side of our society which continuously attacks the vulnerable and innocent, depicting a wounded world view of murderous revenge, despair and slavery (with a dash of hope and dark humour).
There are rare gifts to give away to three lucky attendees at the event, with complimentary wine, food, music and more throughout the evening to make the experience very special indeed.