ORGAN THING OF THE DAY: Gavin Turk’s Mummy Car and the forthcoming Art Car Boot Fair at Liverpool Biennial…

ORGAN THING OF THE DAY  Friday things – right now we’re gearing up for a day up in Liverpool and a car boot full of art for the Liverpool leg of this year’s Art Car Boot Fair. Gavin Turk and his Mummy will be there, All happens at the LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL on Saturday 5th July, midday until 4pm, find it at 45-61 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1.

‘Mummy’ (Canvas Car) by Gavin Turk

 

Mummy’ (Canvas Car) is a new and permanent car commission by Gavin Turk for the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair. Join Gavin in his studio to watch the start of the transformation of car into artwork and Gavin’s insights into his process. Plus the making of the ‘Emission Edition’, a series of canvas artworks created using the soot expelled from the exhaust pipe of a revving car.  A film by Lucia Helenka (Minky Productions)

GAVIN TURK MUMMY CAR at BRICK LANE Art Car Boot Fair

GAVIN TURK MUMMY CAR at BRICK LANE Art Car Boot Fair

GAVIN TURK MUMMY CAR at BRICK LANE Art Car Boot Fair

GAVIN TURK MUMMY CAR at BRICK LANE Art Car Boot Fair

liverpool_logoTHE ART CAR BOOT FAIR at the LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL – 5th JULY.  Second of this year’s Art Car Boot Fair events, this time on the opening Saturday of the Liverpool Biennial – 5th July 12-4pm, 45-61 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1.

We shall be there with Cultivate, expect more Sean Worrall painted vinyl, canvas, Emma Harvey Art Tarts, Julia Maddison monoprints, Quite British Accent Merseyside football programme manipulation and and other acts of artistic Cultivation.

Here’s what the Art Car Boot Fair organisers say…  “We’ll be pushing our boots out for the first time in Merseyside bringing highlights from our London event plus a whole new and exciting Liverpool crew to join in with all the excitement of the opening weekend of the Liverpool Biennial.

Featuring Gavin Turk who will be driving his Canvas Car to Liverpool with a boot-full of artworks created just for the day!

A special limited edition print from Sir Peter Blake created exclusively for the Art Car Boot Fair in Liverpool! FREE custom screen printing at Ian Dawson’s Copy Shop, make your own originals! Plus! The Art Cargo Van packed with Art Car Boot Fair delights!

Line-up includes Sir Peter Blake, Gavin Turk, The Royal Standard, Nina Fowler, Nina Saunders, Julia Vogl, Kevin Hunt, Cultivate Evolved with Sean Worralll, Emma Harvey, Julia Maddison, Quiet British Accent, Matthew Tudor, Herrick Gallery with Maria Teresa Gavazzi & Jeffrey Disaster, Swifty, Scrawl Collective, James Unsworth, The Juncture, Carolyn Gowdy, Wilma ‘Surfmama’ Johnson, Rachel Marcroft, Emily Speed, Rose Smith, Theodore Vass, Madeleine Hall, Francis Disley, Dave Evans, Sam & Linny Venables, Double Negative and The Royal Standard featuring Rob Chavasse, Sam Smith & Joey Holder plus many more besides!

Plus culinary delights and mood inspiring refreshments from Hunt & Darton and Liverpool’s very own Homebaked – Scouse pies and a carboot café with attitude!”

 

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The One Hundred Pieced Vinyl Piece – a work by Sean Worrall
100 paintings created simultaneously over a 50 day period, for the Brick Lane Art Car Boot Fair 2014

100 pieces painted on recycled 12″ vinyl records (May 2014)

Art by Sean Worrall http://www.seanworrall.net
Music by Wovette – http://www.wovette.bandcamp.com
Animation/direction by Marinecreature

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