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Janet Brooke’s screenprints documenting east London landscape from 1980-2000 at Orso Major (18-29 Nov)

Monday, November 17th, 2014


Janet Brooke’s screenprints documenting east London landscape from 1980-2000 are on show at Orso Major from 18th to 29th November. ‘The Way We Were’  reflects Brooke’s work over more than a decade during which she was inspired to capture neglected aspects of our urban environment, recognising that soon they would be gone, and the memory of them would fade much like the paint on the fascia. For more information click here.

High Roller Society presents new works by Mr. Penfold, Cyclop-Sweet Toof, Mighty Mo + Sweet Toof and Rowdy

Friday, October 7th, 2011

High Roller Society presents new works by Mr. Penfold, Mighty Mo + Sweet Toof, Cyclop-Sweet Toof and Rowdy. Click here to see more images and find out more.


A blast from the past by two of London’s most prolific artists, Cyclops and Sweet Toof are notoriously known for their collaborative street characters that have since transformed and transgressed. Adopted from their earlier days, this ‘Lenny’ print is finally on the loose! Exclusive to High Roller Society, these prints are entirely hand-made using a cut linoleum plate, then each individually painted with acrylic, ink and glitter. Hand coloured lino-cut print with gold glitter toof. Edition of 20. 24 x 32 cm Numbered, and signed by both artists. Contact High Roller Society for more information


High Roller Society presents LUDO (10 Sep – 7 Oct)

Monday, September 5th, 2011

Drawn with the precision of botanical illustrations, Ludo’s sociological imagery and malevolent creatures are as elegant as they are fierce. Hailing from France, Ludo has been creating attention around industry-fueled consumer culture for over a decade. Seamlessly fusing nature’s wondrous species with its man-made destructive counterparts, these works intend to jolt us out of a longstanding collective denial: despite repeated natural disasters, we refuse to acknowledge our own fragile state. Ludo’s resulting quasi-mutant images so effortlessly evoke contemporary creative canons that they might almost go unnoticed, underscoring the impact of ‘commercial propaganda’ on both taste and decency.

For his first London solo exhibition, Ludo’s transmutations are an accumulation of new works spanning scultpure, drawing, and print.  This exhibition also heralds the international launch of a 72-page full colour book, OPUS #23, with an Introduction by Marc & Sara Schiller of Wooster Collective.  A limited 25 signed copies will be available for sale during the exhibition. Contact High Roller Society for more information.

(more…) – the place to discover new talent

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

Discover the best of new talent at presenting most recently Ulrika I. K. AnderssonHideyuki Shoji, Matthew Steven Austin, Gilbert Richards, Liz Charsley-Jory and Robert West.

Image: Rememberett Gilbert Richards Limited Edition Print Bromoil print (Courtesy of (more…) presents the ‘2011 SIGNATURE ART AWARDS’ from August 4th

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

The 2011 Signature Art Awards will come to it’s coveted climax, as the finalists are exhibited in the August Group Show and the winner is announced among thousands of spectators at the private view (Thursday 4th of August!). Recently graduated artists from all over the U.K. and abroad have submitted their signature piece into the competition. With only four winners in the categories of Sculpture, Photography, Painting, and Mixed Media the event is sure to be a wonderful display of our talented artists of the future.

When: Thu, 04/08/2011 – Sun, 28/08/2011
Private view: Thu, 04/08/2011 – 18:00 – 21:00
Where: The Gallery, 12a Vyner Street, London, E2 9DG

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