Brandler Galleries hosted an eclectic pop-up exhibition for a wealth of contacts at Pinney Talfourd, including artwork from Banksy, Pure Evil and much more.
Last night saw a diverse evening of graffiti art, still life and conceptual paintings from a plethora of different artists as Pinney Talfourd hosted the exhibition ‘Pleasure and Presents’, curated by John Brandler of Brandler Galleries.
As diverse as the artwork that was on offer was the guest list, with contacts coming from across the county. Artists included Tracey Emin with her immediately recognisable neon sign pieces, a number of Banksy’s infamous record sleeve creations, and some conceptual and thought-provoking paintings from graffiti artist My Dog Sighs to name but a few.
A great night was had by all, with the conversation around each piece of artwork flowing constantly, as was the bubbles! Fellow local business The Station Pantry offered up a tantalising selection of street-food inspired light bites, which complimented the setting wonderfully.