GO Gallery - Prinsengracht 64 - Amsterdam - Part 2
12 November: PIC N MIX

12 November: PIC N MIX

We are excited to announce ‘PIC N MIX’ a group show at the GO Gallery in Amsterdam. We will be exhibiting over 35 artists that TLP has met on their worldwide  travels in the last 18 years. We will have internationally renowned artists from different parts of the world alongside homegrown talent to create a diverse collection of tasty visual treats for your eyes.


Visceral Ritual

Visceral Ritual

Next weekend, September 24th, we open the exhibition ‘Visceral Ritual’.

5 California based artist: Erin Yoshi, Miguel Bounce Perez, Shaun Burner, Francesca and Vyal Reyes just arrived in Amsterdam. From Monday onwards, they will paint murals in the gallery and finish their painting collection.
2 Polish artists, SETKA and SWAG, from the Saloon Rebels collective, are invited by ASA (Amsterdam Street Art) and will participate with a small collection of new paintings…..

Click here to check the exhibition page for more information

SETKA, C2H5OH kills, acrylics on board, 100x70 cm.
SETKA, C2H5OH kills, acrylics on board, 100×70 cm.
RJHalls: “F**K MICKEY…. 3 – 18 September 2016

RJHalls: “F**K MICKEY…. 3 – 18 September 2016

On Saturday,  September 3rd,  GO Gallery opens the

F**K MICKEY   It’s the  MINNIE  unmasked exhibition


“In art Mickey was everywhere but where was Minnie?
Why was she ignored in the art world, was this sexist?
Delving deeper I realised she was black all over but with a white face. This reminded me of the Black and White Minstrels who
were popular entertainers in the 19th Century. Was this racist? Seeing Minnie now in this day and age reminds me of those supermodels who eat nothing more than lettuce leaves three times a day. This influences young children. I added cheese to some of the portraits to encourage everyone to eat more cheese!”                             Thus RJHalls

RJHalls decided to devote an exhibition of paintings celebrating her beauty, uniqueness and personality. He thought she deserved greater recognition. His inspiration came from the paintings of Sandro Botticelli, Frans Hals, Lucas Cranachs and many unknown artists from the past, who he might add, would probably have used Minnie as a model for their paintings if she had been around in their lifetime.
RJHalls trained as a bespoke tailor at the London School of Fashion, then worked at the BBC on shows such as, Top of the Pops, Blackadder and Dr Who.
He made outfits for Pop Stars and costumes for the Royal Shakespeare Company. After an art course at the Putney School of Art he did an Open University course in Art. He became a full time artist, showed his artworks in the UK and illustrtated several books.

Opening:            Saturday, 3 September, 5 – 8 pm.
On display until:          Sunday, 18 September.
Opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday: 12– 6 pm.
Sunday: 1 – 4 pm., weather permitting