mixed media

Paul Sibbering

I was born in England, but that does not mean anything when it comes to my art...  I am using materials that decay over time, such as iron, the process of change being part of the art work.

 

Paul Sibbering: Rusting Iron Circle. rusting iron on canvas. 107cm x 107cm

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Rapid PopUp

Sunday March 7th 2010

31 Commercial Road
2pm-6pm


NO:ID Gallery started the season with a bang, that is: rapid pop up show,
only for one day. Artists were asked to bring art work and hang it up to discuss the future of art, and of NOID gallery.

Quadratshow

NO:ID gallery abroad:

Quadratshow


July 9th - August 6th 2010: Druck Dealer, Hamburg


Square Eye

NOID group show - gallery artists.

PIKEA

PIKEA

7th October -31st November 2

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A multi-media Group Show featuring:

SHAMON U, NRK MOHAMMAD, LORRY VIVA, SPOODDLE BOTTOM, THE DARK TIMES, NONOSE, BIG TROUBLE, & NO:ID

Anarc-O-d'art and counter cultural ephemera from the poll tax riot to day
glow
spiky potatoes on bus shelters ,and much more.

Opening Night: 7th October
6-9pm, ALL WELCOME

Pikea - flyer: Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High St., London E1 7QX

Where do you think you are going?

Sept 30 - October 10: Kairo Uza, Jeannette Petrik

Where do you think you are going? - photographic gaps

Petrik / Uza - Photographic Gaps, NO:ID Gallery, 2010 Flyer

Reduction

Reduction

Martin Bardell, Manuel Capurso, Jochen Klein, Richard Kolker and Gillian Vaux


28 October - 7 November 2010

Reduction features new work by five lens-based artists, seeking to
experimentally prune that which is potentially not required, as well as
explore the merits of a downsized group exhibition.

Richard Niman

Richard Niman


August 27th -30st


Richard Niman - Making the Incredible Believable

Ms L O'Riley

Ms L O'Riley



24th-27th September 2009


"no:idea"



Michael Bucknell

Michael Bucknell



1st-4th October 2009


Painterly Materialism



Michael Bucknell: Painterly Materialism
Michael Bucknell, MA, AICA, IAF investigates
art-inspired perception of text, image and material through laserprint
and single pigments silk-screened and painted onto paper.
Opening to feature reading and coloured alcohol. A limited edition of
signed screen prints at £10.

Gudrun Sigridur Haraldsdottir

guðrún sigríður haraldsdóttir

'known not known'


2nd - 5th july 2009

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