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Boxhead at GO Gallery

Boxhead curated, along with Mathew Knight this exhibition Intersubjective.
This is her work, she’s a very talented artist.

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Cubehead by Mathew Knight

On Saturday July 25, we open the exhibiton Intersubjective, by Matthew Knight & Boxhead as the 2 curators.
Matthew Knight, aka Cubehead just finished this beautiful sculpture, called Intersubjective. It’s made from resin, wood, sprypaint and acrylics. Edition = 25, every piece is different.

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GayPride exhibition: INTERSUBJECTIVE, July 25 – September 26

“Intersubjective” is a joint show by Begoña Toledo a.k.a Boxhead and Matthew Knight together with a long array of guest artists. Inspired by this year’s Pride theme: “Share”, the vibrantly colourful artworks in this exhibition have been collectively created with a universal consciousness perspective, focused on the concept of the collective mind and the importance of sharing in shaping our ideas and relations. The line up of artists that Begoña and Matthew will be collaborating are Carl Cashman (UK), Andre Levy (BR), Mark McClure (UK), Etnik (IT), Oko (HR), Dotsy (NL), Loes Van Delft (NL), Adam Bridgeland (UK), David Feliu (ES), Verz (NI), Trev Harvey (UK) and Brian Coldrick (IR). Intersubjective

Davor ‘Deesaster’ Smoljan at GO Gallery

‘SCARS & HYPES’ opening on Saturday, 4th of July.
Davor arriving at GO

SCARS & HYPES, by Davor ‘DEESASTER’ Smoljan, 4 July 2015

On Saturday The Fourth of July, GO Gallery opens the exhibition ‘SCARS & HYPES’.

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It’s a personal tale of the artists Davor ‘DEESASTER’ Smoljan about the influences from contemporary America. Images and stories ranging from cartoon classics such as Mickey Mouse, the assassination of John Kennedy and all the way to the modern time decay of ‘Neon Las Vegas’ all play an important part in this visual storytelling. All artworks are set in a new context or have been isolated into a single view. A view that tells the tale of two sides to every story. One of origin and one of endurance through time.