Art Below unveils its first gallery exhibition since January. ‘Every Day is a Miracle’ opens on 16th July at Ad Lib gallery…a fantastic new 3000 sq foot 2 floor gallery space on Fulham Road (nearest tube Parsons Green). The summer exhibition opens on 16th July and runs for ten days and will be spliced with four different evening events to make it possible for as many people to see the work without the gallery ever becoming crowded (in line with current COVID government guidelines).
The exhibition is part retrospective looking at some of the most iconic billboard posters from Art Below’s 15 year life span including Ben Eine, Sarah Maple, Billy Childish and Alison Jackson as well as work from the Art Wars collection by artists including Hayden Kays, Philip Colbert, Orlanda Broom and Joe Rush.
Most importantly the exhibition celebrates and unveils new work by James Ostrer, Karen Bystedt, Anna Kenneally, Tom Lumley, Jeffrey Robb, Ben Eine, Ru Knox, Pauline Amos, Nasser Azam and Mikey Voice.
A section of the exhibition is specially dedicated to the work of underwater photographer Terry Arpino who sadly passed away in April. Terry was a frequent exhibitor of Art Below from the start (2006) and is greatly missed. RIP Terry.
For further information on Art Below’s Summer Exhibition ‘Every Day is a Miracle’ please contact firstname.lastname@example.org