|Pete Doherty swings into the room, puts his beer-bottle down and takes off his battered Raskolnikov-style coat before removing his blue sweater and his T-shirt, too, without embarrassment.
A brief glimpse [...]|
|The former Libertines singer squirts his own blood onto a canvas with a syringe in a technique he describes as 'arterial splatter'.
Paintings on display combine brownish bloody streaks with collages, [...]|
|There may be something gruesome or just plain morbid about painting with blood.
But the show's co-curator Rachel Chudley told Reuters: "If you look at art through the ages, the subject matter has always [...]|
|PETER DOHERTY: ON BLOOD - Exhibition press day 24/02/2012
Held in the perfect location, Camden Town. The exhibition opened for the press day February 24th at the Cob Gallery, London. The event [...]|
|On Blood : A Portrait of the Artist at Cob Gallery is the first solo exhibition in the UK of Peter Doherty’s art. Surprisingly, despite the somewhat gruesome gimmick of using his own blood as a [...]|
|An exhibition of Pete Doherty's artwork and personal belongings went on show in Camden, London today (February 24), including a painting that features artwork by his late friend, the singer Amy [...]|
17 February 2012
Former Libertines frontman Pete Doherty has reinvented himself as a fine artist and will open his first UK-based art exhibition at a gallery in London next Sunday.
|Body is the latest inspiration for Rachel Chudley and Cassie Beadle, the two former art historians behindGuts for Garters. A conceptual space featuring hand-picked art and clothing, Chudley and Beadle [...]|
|Anatomy is the latest collaboration between The Cob Gallery and concept store Guts for Garters. Store owners, Rachel Chudley and Cassie Beadle have carved a niche for themselves by determining a theme [...]|
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