PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

MOVING ON COLLECTIVE

UNDERCURRENT

19 September - 18 October

 

PRIVATE VIEW: Thurs 18 September, 6-9pm

RSVP: gallery@the-vaults.org

 

Moving On are going underground during the London Design Festival, 2014. 

 

There is more to contemporary jewellery and objects than meets the eye. Moving On invite you to take a detour from your daily journey to join them to look behind the façade and explore the view from underneath the surface.

 

More details HERE.

 

GROUP SHOW

THE VAULTS  OF TERROR

23 October - 1 November

 

This Halloween the corpses return as The Vaults becomes the setting of an exhibition celebrating the schlocky world of television horror.

 

Through the mediums of screen printing, drawing, sculpture and installation, twenty one horror obsessed, lo brow artists will be presenting their macabre new work. Talented artists from the worlds of illustration, comics, tattoo and street art will interpret their favourite small screen fright shows: from Vampira to Goosebumps via Tales from the Crypt, the art on display will re-animate the shows that have given us nightmares since the 50s. 

 

For more details, see here

 

 

HOLLY-ANNE BUCK & ADAM MILBURN
ALIENESE 24-HOUR 

12 April - 17 May 

 

Collaborators Holly-Anne Buck & Adam Milburn present a piece of Sonic and Visual Collagism in ALIENESE 24-HOUR. The pair began collaborating whilst living in Tokyo in 2002 with their audio visual project Mink Engine. Together their multi-disciplinary work has been shown widely around the world. As artists and producers their work explores the relationship between sound and pictures.

 

ALIENESE 24-HOUR is a new video work that explores the internet of you, me, them and whatever is now, summed up perfectly in a quote by sampling artist Girl Talk 'We're all the same dude, dude". ALIENESE 24-HOUR is audio visual Collagism, a new language that describes now.

 

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CHARLIE TUESDAY GATES

THE MUSEUM HOUSE OF DEATH

23 May - 21 June

 

 

THE MUSEUM HOUSE OF DEATH transports you into a fantasy underworld where beauty and death collide with nostalgia and borderline insanity. 

 

Forgotten lives and abandoned pasts are juxtaposed incongruously in shrines alongside absurdist humour and dark surrealism; the results are terrifying, intriguing, and alarming. Visual puns and contextual juxtapositions offer a surreal and derisive commentary on popular culture and tradition.

 

SEE WORKS ONLINE

 

MR SHIZ

LET ME SPRAY IT

28 June - 26 July

 

 

This Summer The Vaults Gallery pays homage to the ever-evolving graffiti canvas that is the Leake Street Tunnel.  

 

To celebrate this unique authorised painting zone that attracts artists, amateurs and admirers from around the globe, The Vaults Gallery present the art of London-based French graffitist Mr Shiz. The internationally recognised artist will combine his specialist skills in photo-realist graffiti, airbrushing, body painting and sculptural installation to produce 4 large scale and never seen before works.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KEIRA RATHBONE

THE BRINK

1 August - 23 August

Private View: Thursday 31st July, 6-9pm. 

 

 

Featuring new typewriter artworks by Keira Rathbone & multi-disciplinary collaborations with Camilla Barnard, Andy Ellis, Verity Flute, Robin the Fog, LaToyah Gill, Nick Johnson, Lolita Laguna, Sean Meacher, mORGANICo & Johanna Parkin. 

 

Keira Rathbone’s unique art explores the often forgotten creative tool the typewriter. 

 

Her works involve using a typewriter as a drawing and mark making instrument, a discipline that has evolved over a ten year period to create works as stunningly complex as they are beautiful and absorbing.

 

More details HERE

 

 

ALEX TYRRELL

10 EMPTY BOXES

26 August - 16 September

 

PRIVATE VIEW: Tues 26 August, 7.30pm

Places are limited. 

 

Alex Tyrrell is a composer and artist who seeks to eschew the norms of musical performance and production by developing interactive and integrated mixed-media presentations for his compositions.

 

10 Empty Boxes is his first public exhibition, presenting his themes of nonlinear musical composition and spatial experimentation in the form of a surround-sound audio installation.

 

More details HERE