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Posts tagged "Manuel Vazquez"
Adrift in Vienna - The Opening

Adrift in Vienna – The Opening

On the 6th of June, Galerie Ruberl held the opening of our Adrift exhibition in Vienna. We were lucky enough to attend the opening and were incredibly happy with the response to the exhibition by both attendees and Ruberl. Open as part of Vienna’s informal Thursday night galleries, the exhibition was well attended and received...
Adrift Publications and The Velvet Cell

Adrift Publications and The Velvet Cell

Firstly a huge thank you to all who came our inaugural exhibition last month. We were proud to be able to put together such a strong collection of artists and were gratified both by how many of you came to see it and the positive feedback we received. We’ll post more in the coming weeks...
Where did everybody go?

Where did everybody go?

*UPDATE 09/10/12* Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances the panel discussion has been cancelled We’re very disappointed not to be able to bring you this event and we hope to re-schedule the presentation and discussion for a future date The post will remain below in the event that the discussion is re-scheduled   There is still an...
Four Questions with Manuel Vazquez

Four Questions with Manuel Vazquez

In support of our exhibition Adrift, we’re asking our exhibiting artists four questions to help you get to know a bit about them and their work. Manuel Vazquez’s work up to date has a constant interest in the theatricality of city life and spaces. His work places the spectator as witness of a “spectacle” where images...
Adrift - The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society

Adrift – The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society

GASKET is proud to announce our first exhibition, Adrift – The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society, to be held at the Old Truman Brewery‘s Shop 14 from Monday 8th of October 2012 and running through the 13th October 2012. Adrift will present ten artists whose photography engages directly with the increasing tension that exists between the familiar and...