Concrete Hermit was one of the first graphic art gallery boutiques to grace the environs of a now thriving Redchurch Street in London’s Shoreditch, opening originally back in 2007 on Club Row. Knowing it’s been closed for months we feared it had become a victim of the recession, and so we’re pleased to learn that Concrete Hermit has now re-opened and today launches Four Floods, a new exhibition of screenprints by a six artists all using a palate of pink, blue, yellow and black.
The six artsits, Dan Sparkes, Heretic, Joe Wilson, Otecki, Sarah King, and The Pit, were encouraged to “explore and challenge the possibilities of the process” of screenprinting, and the six resulting artworks have been produced in editions of 35 hand pulled screenprints. They are for sale in the shop and also online on the Hermit Editions website from tomorrow, 16th September.

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Start time: Thursday, September 15th, 2011 at 6.30 p.m.
End time: Sunday, October 16th, 2011.
Location: Concrete Hermit Gallery – 5a Club Row, E1 6JX London, United Kingdom



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