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08 FEBRUARY – 05 MARCH 2017

EXMACHINA HIMBAD OTTO SCHADE TOMMY FIENDISH LOLIE DARKO The Exhibitionist Hotel 8 – 10 Quensberry Place London, SW7 2EA padb.london theexhibitionisthotel.com


</EXMACHINA>/:︎ ever-evolving technologies, dependence on global social networks, the development of AI are all but questioning the notion what it is left to be human. the virtual reality mask we wear on facebook or instagram, the idea that everything is interconnected - we are a pawn on a giant chessboard. dark corners of our urban utopia hide within them real monsters of pollution and expulsion. ︎ ︎ </EXMACHINA>/: is a new breed of exhuman. their automated smart reactions and calculated moves leave little room for the heart. drones of crowds are tweeting, shouting hard opinions - the voices of the virtual word are drowning the natural. we live in what seems to be an angrier world.︎

</EXMACHINA>/:︎ 8 february - 11 march 2017︎ exhibition catalogue︎ the exhibitionist hotel
 8 - 10 quensberry place, sw7 2ea︎


tommy fiendish    

endless experimentation with technique and medium allows tommy fiendish to blend illustration, typography, painting, and digital processes to create a twisted approach to art by using anything and everything available. images born from social commentary, self expression and investigative research give a glimpse into the fertile mind of the artist who has created his own raw and unique style.︎ ︎ ︎ ︎ www.tommyfiendish.uk︎


tommy fiendish ︎ 1.︎ ︎ ‘red swan’ ︎      acrylic, spray paint  and high gloss on wood︎      79 x 39 cm ︎      £450︎ ︎ “the swan, more significant than the signifier, 
 alone on her chessboard in a textured and epic red sky” 
 4 coats of thin red gloss red tamed with the fibrous texture of the board give this piece a weightily depth and atmosphere.︎

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tommy fiendish ︎ 2. ︎ ︎ ‘genius’︎ acrylic on canvas mounted on wood panel︎ £1,150︎ ︎ bewildered by reality, this young girl is about to receive her mask of induction into her new and exciting cyber life and with it, forgetting all the horrors of the real world. ︎ the original image is from an original wwii photograph: the children are trying on their gas masks in the classroom. this is a second painting in the series titled 
 ‘blinded to reality through virtual escapism’. ︎ ︎

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tommy fiendish ︎ 3.︎ ︎ ‘swan box’ ︎      acrylic, enamel and spray paint  on canvas︎      79 x 101 cm ︎      £575︎ ︎ using a blend of styles fiendish brings elements of his street work onto the canvas to create a feeling of life, energy, freedom but at the same time, restriction which sustaining the use of imagery to uphold connotations of the narrative within.︎

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tommy fiendish ︎ 4.︎ ︎ ‘ns’ screen 1︎ screen print on cotton paper︎ 40cm X 45cm︎ £95
 ︎ each print in this ‘n.s. screen’ series unique, screen 1 being the most vivid of the collection. as part of the ‘manifesto’ project’, it is a high impact image which delves into the ‘nanny state’  propaganda of 1984 - with an intentional nod to george orwell. ︎

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tommy fiendish ︎ 5.︎ ︎ ‘ns’ screen 1︎ screen print on cotton paper︎ 40cm X 45cm︎ £95
 ︎ each print in this ‘n.s. screen’ series unique, screen 1 being the more subdued of the collection. as part of the ‘manifesto’ project’, it is a high impact image which delves into the ‘nanny state’  propaganda of 1984 - with an intentional nod to george orwell. ︎

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tommy fiendish︎ 6.︎ ︎ ‘skul scream’ ︎ 1 of 1 fine art print on 300 gsm. cotton paper
 printed with achievable ink (no fade), framed in custom built frame
      60 x 100 cm ︎      £230︎ ︎ “this is a one off print I drew in australia, using print paint and a ‘cricketer’s’ beer box as a canvas - a highly energetic piece packed with attitude.” ︎

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tommy fiendish︎ 7.︎ ︎ ‘the skull screen’ range︎ screen print hand finished with enamel︎ 30cm X 36cm︎ £45︎ 
 all prints of the ‘skull screen’ design are unique and hand finished. the variants in each print and movement in the ink give them individuality. this design derives from an earlier project about propaganda posters of wwii.︎

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tommy fiendish︎ 8.︎ ︎ ‘the skull screen’ range︎ Screen print hand finished with enamel︎ 30cm X 36cm︎ £45︎ 
 all prints of the ‘skull screen’ design are unique and hand finished. the variants in each print and movement in the ink give them individuality. this design derives from an earlier project about propaganda posters of wwii.︎

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tommy fiendish︎ 9.︎ ︎ ‘the skull screen’ range︎ screen print hand finished with enamel︎ 30cm X 36cm︎ £45︎ 
 all prints of the ‘skull screen’ design are unique and hand finished. the variants in each print and movement in the ink give them individuality. this design derives from an earlier project about propaganda posters of wwii.︎

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o-o schade     otto shade is a chilean-german artist, architect and urban sculptor living in europe since 2004. he has been painting since 1996 and subsequently exhibiting his work in collectives and solo exhibitions in chile, germany, united states, england, japan, netherlands, russia and paris.︎ ︎ his work shows 2 different typologies of paintings: one relating to dreams - oneiric situations and the surreal; the other relating to the abstract world in which the artist has been experimenting with layers, creating depth within 3-dimentional representations. otto also works in collages and famous for his street art graffiti. ︎ ︎ www.ottoschade.com︎


otto schade ︎ 10.︎ ︎ ‘anonymosch’ (mask) ︎      stencil spray paint  on canvas︎      100 x 100 cm︎  ︎      £1,200︎ ︎

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otto schade ︎ 11.︎ ︎ “to be or not to be" ︎      stencil spray paint mixed technique on canvas︎       series of 5︎ 100 x 100 cm ︎ ︎      £1,600︎

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otto schade ︎ 12.︎ ︎ ‘audrey the sexy one’︎    stencil spray paint mixed technique on canvas︎      100 x 100 cm︎  ︎      £1,800︎

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otto schade ︎ 13.︎ ︎

‘lifted dreams’ (red)︎    stencil spray paint on card paper︎    1/1    
 59.4 x 59.4 cm
 ︎      £250︎

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otto schade ︎ 14.︎ ︎ ‘wtf?!’︎    stencil spray paint on card paper︎ 1/1︎      59.4 x 59.4 cm  
 ︎      £250︎

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otto schade ︎ 15.︎ ︎ ‘sensless’ (gold)︎    stencil spray paint on card paper︎    1/1︎  59.4 x 59.4 cm  
 ︎      £250︎

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photo credit  pierre  gregori  


lolie darko   french artist lolie darko aims to challenge our preconceptions of innocence in her provocative artwork that often depicts a cynical reality sustained by sad big-eyed children and clowns.︎ ︎ lolie paints walls in paris and london, using brushes and spray paint to deliver her disillusioned views. she also develops the same dismal imagery on canvas, using either acrylics or oil paint for more detailed results.︎  ︎ ︎ www.loliedarko.com︎


lolie darko ︎ 16.︎ ︎ ‘boy with heart balloon’
 oil and spray paint on canvas, framed 
 150 x 100 cm ︎ 154 x 104 cm framed︎ ︎ £950︎

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lolie darko ︎ 17.︎ ︎ ‘clown with bin bag’ 
 oil painting on canvas, framed 
 47 x 55 cm 
 ︎      £850︎

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lolie darko ︎ 18.︎ ︎ ‘not a monkey’
 oil and spray paint on canvas, framed
 81 x 65 cm 
 84 x 68 cm framed︎ ︎ £850︎

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lolie darko ︎ 19.︎ ︎ ‘bambi’
 oil and spray paint on canvas, framed
 116 x 89 cm 
 119 x 92 cm framed︎ ︎ £850︎

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photo credit  pierre  gregori  


himbad many londoners are familiar with the monster street art pieces popping up throughout the capital by street artist Himbad – contrary to popular belief the artist is not trying to scare you. his work frequently features his trademark cats and all is simply about the eyes. most of himbad’s street pieces are located in camden, they certainly bring life and a little mischief to this part of the city.︎ ︎ himbad paints walls but is also prolific musician/dj, many of his tunes can be heard on souncloud.︎  ︎ www.instagram.com/himbad/︎


exhibition & street wear collection presented by PADB︎ 
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The Exhibitionist Hotel
 8-10 Queensberry Place︎ SW7 2EA︎

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</EXMACHINA>/: 8 february - 05 march 2017 the exhibitionist hotel 8 - 10 quensberry place sw7 2ea enquiries: news@theexhibitionisthot...

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