Fandangoe SKIP *on Tour*
New York Edition
Following on from our London residencies at Canary Wharf and Greenwich Peninsula, we are delighted to announce that Fandango SKIP, in collaboration with Fandangoe Kid, Caukin Studio and The Loss Project is going on tour to New York. The candy-coloured, ice-cream-kiosk-in-a-skip will appear in Brookfield Place, New York October 6th-11th and there will be free mental health workshops, as well as free scoops of Fandangoe flavoured ice cream served up by ‘Blue Marble'.
SKIP Gallery X Caukin Studio X Self Space
A SKIP Gallery production, conceived and built by architecture practice CAUKIN Studio, alongside therapy service Self Space.
The Feelings Library is an art installation aimed at bringing awareness to mental health issues and tackling loneliness this Christmas.
Step inside and discover a new way to open up about how you're feeling and find comfort in connecting with others.
At a time where we feel lonelier and more disconnected than ever - stop for a minute and notice how much we have in common.
SKIP GALLERY X
THE FACTORY PROJECT
Artists involved - Maja Djordjevic, Michael Johansson, Paul Kindersley, Darvish Fakhr, Xu Yang, Sarah Maple, David Shrigley, Baker and Borowski, Hayden Kays, Ally Rosenberg, Holly & Faith, Esther Gamsu, Gary Mansfield, Dion Kitson and Lucy Gregory
SKIP Gallery X
An exhibition celebrating
bums in all their glory
Artists including Aggtelek, Sports Banger, Jeremy Deller, Flying Leaps, Maja Djordjevic, Paul Kindersley, Dion Kitson, MC Llamas, Sarah Maple, Elizabeth Prentis, Ally Rosenberg, Sol Golden Sato, Stuart Semple, David Shrigley, Max Siedentopf and Xu Yang
LOOK AT THIS
Like Wood’s contribution to the 2017 Folkestone Triennial, Upgrade used the form of a graphic three-dimensional caricature of a house to bring a fresh perspective to its urban location.
With his hyper real Trompe L'oeil packet of crisps seemingly dumped in a skip, Gavin Turk's Transubstantiation provided viewers with a comical expression of the Skip Gallery ethos; a humorous commentary on consumerism that was launched in Hoxton Square on Thursday 16th November. Known for his subversive sculptural works that question artistic identity and authorship, Turk brought his classic style to the pop up gallery, questioning the very nature of a skip as a place to dispose of rubbish, and our relationship to what we choose to throw away.
NOTHING TO WEAR AGAIN
Na I Don't Want None Of That Again
Baker & Borowski
LIFE DRAWING CLASSES IN A SKIP
Featuring Live Skip Artwork by
in association with
THE OTHER ART FAIR