The names of the artists and such appearing at the Hastings leg of the 2016 Art Car Boot Fair have been officially announced today and there’s some exciting names in there again, (what’s John Cooper Clark going to do?) Following on from the London adventures in the rain back at the Start of June over at Brick Lane, “The Art Car Boot Fair, Hastings Edition with Jerwood Gallery on The Stade” (supported by Vauxhall Motors and the Arts Council of England) will happen on Saturday 16th July, 12-4pm, (entry £3)
“Drawn by the sea, the light, the net lofts and its rhapsodic bohemian sensibilities, not to mention the spirit of pirate smugglers, we will be rolling into Hastings town this July with the artworld’s most exuberant event. For one afternoon only”.
“Our art convoy will make its way through the vibrant streets lined with cool cycle shops, designer beard trimmers and shops bursting with re-found classics to set up outside the oily lustre of Jerwood Gallery. We’ll bring an afternoon of unforgettable art and frivolity to The Stade. Car boots will be flung open, overflowing with local and London talents with highlights including an exciting new collaboration with Marcus Harvey on the day that his solo exhibition opens in Jerwood Gallery. Plus a Hastings exclusive print from Sir Peter Blake, a talking Chicken Town hand print from John Cooper Clarke and just for the day hand painted album covers containing the latest vinyl release from Turner prize winning artist Martin Creed & band who will also be performing live as as part of an exciting and eclectic three hour cabaret from Cabaret Futura’s inimitable Richard Strange“.
A myriad of random performances and happenings besides and fresh from our hands down, if a little damp, success at our London event in June we’ll be continuing our 2016 ACBF theme of ‘The Hand’ with ever more clapping, spanking and ticklings of your cultural fancy. Something for everyone and plenty more besides!
The full line of invited participating artist is….
Marcus Harvey, Tracey Emin & Emin International, Sir Peter Blake, Worton Hall Studios, Gavin Turk, Quentin Blake, Martin Creed, Fiona Banner, Rachel Howard, Keith Coventry, John Cooper Clarke with Alteria Art, Pure Evil, Ben Eine, Alessandro Raho, Ian Dawson, Charming Baker, Camille Phoenix, Holly Allen, James Birch, David David, Keeler Tornero, Jess Albarn, Rutie Bothwick, Mr Bingo, Colin Booth, Helen A Pritchard, L-13 & James Cauty, Matthew Burrows, Art on a Postcard, Herrick Gallery & Jeffrey Disaster, Cultivate with Sean Worrall, Emma Harvey, Quiet British Accent & Skeleton Cardboard, Jennifer Binnie, Christine Binnie, Wilma Johnson, True Rocks, Kristjana S Williams, Mario Rossi, Phil Allen, X Ray Fog, Paul Stolper, Kate Knight, Dan Chilcott & Knitted Swimsuit Troupe, David J Batchelor, Jake Clark, Joe Packer, Bumble & Earwig, Amanda Jobson & Stuart Griffiths, Cate Halpin with The Outside World Allstars, Wildcat Will, Olivier Richon, Jealous Gallery, Moniker Projects, Marty Thornton, Cliff Pearcey, Paul Sakoilsky, Stine Goetrik, Tony Beaver, Turps Painters, Jessica Wilson, Swifty and Scrawl Collective, Wendy Newell with Oska Lappin, Jasmine Bell, Rufus Newell & Nick Snelling, Maria Teresa Gavazzi with Julia Maddison & India Roper Evans, Richard Clegg, Sadie Hennessy, Resort, Leigh Clark, Paul Hodgson, Deborah Bowness, Cullinan and Richards, Carrie Reichardt & Nick Reynolds, The Darren Coffield & Hedley Roberts Roadshow, Rennaissance Selfies, Matt Rowe, Nina Saunders, Smithson Gallery, Dion Kitson, Galerie Simpson, Band of Holy Joy,, Sarah Jane Morris. Martin Creed & his Band, Special Guests Magic .Borough Wines . Palace Hotdogs, Three Legs, William the Conequeror
There’s an Organ review and a whole load of photos from this year’s London event here