What Are You Doing After This?
Image by Lele Saveri
Ok, ok we know sometimes we give "art" a hard time, but while everyone can goof around, it's important to get serious about the really good stuff. Which is why we thought we'd share The Heavy Mental's London event with you, "What are you doing after this?", or WAYDAT? for short. Catchy huh? This group exhibition, which runs from February 1st – 22nd, features work from artists including our favourite guy Lele Saveri (he took that photo up there), Jason Dill, Neckface, Todd Jordan, Jerry Hsu, Kevin "Spanky" Long and literally 12 more artists (we fuck you not). Loads of them have worked for and contributed to VICE, but that's not the only thing they have in common. And it's not that they're all totally good looking either, but they are.
Did you google them and make the connection yet? No? Well I did, and they're all skaters, obviously. But THM are keen to avoid the term "skate art show" because let's face it, that sounds like crap. Basically they're all friends and they've never exhibited together and now they wanna get shit-faced in London and show you amazing art. I can't really see anyone turning that down. Can you?
What are you doing after this?
February 1st – February 22nd 2013
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 12-6 PM
94 Berwick Street, W1F 0QF, London UK
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