If you happened to stroll into Room 420 of the Trafalgar Hotel during the recent Bridge Art Fair, then your eyes were treated to some excellent art exhibited by the ‘low brow to high brow’ cool kids from Strychnin Gallery. With locations in New York and Berlin, it was probably only a matter of time before Strychnin set up more a permanent camp here. Luckily for us, that time is now. Strychnin is opening in London with “Kings and Queens and Childhood Dreams”, a group show featuring works by fifty artists, many of whom will be on hand this Friday night at the gallery’s new location on Hanbury St off Brick Lane. Sounds like a party.
Strychnin Gallery’s “Kings and Queens and Childhood Dreams” opens Friday October 26th at 7pm at 65 Hanbury Street right off Brick Lane E1 5JP. For more information visit Strychnin.com.