London’s Wayward Gallery is bringing in the I still pick my nose group exhibition, opening this Thursday May 7 and running throughout the weekend.
The East London gallery welcomes seven new artists participating in the group show, and tells us to “[e]xpect walls plastered with drawings and paintings, free stickers, a shot girl”. Someone named Gabrielle (participating artist, Gabrielle de la Puente, most likely) is “trying to acquire (steal) a wheelie bin” and someone named Phil (artist Philip Williams, perhaps) is “doing something with coffee bags…”.
Participating in I still pick my nose alongside Williams and de la Puente are artists Anne-Dauphine Borione, Molly Gough, Alexandra Gribaudi, Hiroaki Onuma and Sam Shaw.
See the exhibition page for details. **
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