The Gonz is in town this month and has hooked up with Huck Magazine for a one off pop-up art show on Saturday November 10th. One Week, One Show is a 24-hour pop-up show featuring drawings, paintings, affordably priced postcards and experimental scrolls by Mark Gonzales.
All the work was created by The Gonz in the space of seven days, during an impromptu visit to London in November 2012, and will be available to purchase from 71A Leonard St. Prices range from affordable postcards and poetry to intricate, large-scale multi-media scrolls.
A new photography exhibition featuring girls who skate is about to kick off tonight in the East End of London. ‘Anywhere Road’ will showcase photography by female skateboarders from around the world covering life on the road, by girls who live it. Maria Falbo, Jenna Selby, Alana Paterson, Sarah Meurle, Sophie Allen, Lisa Kindberg, Michelle Pezel, Louisa Menke and many more.
Look out for the ‘On The Road’ issue of Huck Magazine this month who will rollout the exhibition until 29th October, found at Copson, 71A Leonard St, London, EC2A 4QS.
Tag your road pics to #anywhereroad this weekend whilst on the way to the Halloween Massacre jam and get involved.
Whilst the Olympics opens with huge corperations throwing their polluted brands into the ring whilst tearing our world apart, Huck Magazine will unleash their new book in collaboration with with Skateistan in London tonight.
The 320 pages of this creation took 2 years to write with contributions from volunteers at Skateistan in Kabul and around the world to complete the huge limited edition, full-color book that is the first to focus on the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) “Skateistan”, and it gives a rare and in-depth look into the lives of exceptional young Afghans facing incredible challenges in a city that is torn by war, but also full of life.
Order a copy of Skateistan: The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan for £30 here.
Last week Huck Magazine brought a new art show to town with Jimbo Phillips, French, Schoph Schophield, Stu Smith, Owen Tozer, Benjamin JeanJean and TCOLondon designing decks for Rolling Back The Years. Here’s what went down at the pop up shop on the night.