DOODLEMANIA AT THE EXHIBITIONIST HOTEL 


28 June - 28 July 2017
27 JUNe 2017  |  pREVIEW EVENING


ENDLESS EXHIBITION AND MURAL AT THE EXHIBITIONIST HOTEL


3 AUGUST  - 30 SEPTEMBER 2017
2 AUGUST 2017  |  pREVIEW EVENING


On 24 April 2017 Mr Doodle began work on Doodle corridor at The Exhibitionist Hotel as part of the ART CORRIDORS programme where 4 public corridors are under constant transformation through art.

Completion date for the corridor was scheduled 27 April 2017 and once competed the corridor is open to the public.

ART CORRIDORS programme is part of the cultural calendar curated by ATTOLLO ART, it includes bi-monthly exhibitions, talks and panelled discussions in the main lobby of the Hotel. Throughout the year, artists are invited to paint the walls of the Hotel as well as to create art concept rooms and, of course, exhibit their work. Each ART CORRIDOR is on show for at least 6 months to 2 years with new work by new artists going up once the terms is up – the corridors are in constant state of transformation. 

Mr Doodle will be showcasing his artworks though out the hotel as part of Dooodlemania exhibition and Doodle corridor official launch on 27 June 2017.

London based artist ENDLESS studied printmaking, graphics and fine art, the skill set that now helps him develop his 'Endless' style, often seen on the streets of cities.

The commentary of the artwork aims at the true representation of our current ad unpredictable, rather chaotic culture. He uses aspects of fashion, advertising and branding overlapped with satire and iconic imagery. The name 'Endless' represents his positivity and 'never give up' attitude towards creativity.


“A response on how I see the world around me, bringing my thoughts and ideas at that moment in time together into a visual release is how I would describe my work.”

As a prolific street artist Endless also works on canvas and other materials, producing diverse exhibitions and street installations.


This exhibition showcasing an array of textile pieces by British artist Pam Glew. Famous for her unique bleaching technique on vintage flags and fabric, antique American quilts, brocade and old jeans that are dyed black and painted freehand with bleach.


Her portraits slowly develop in the layering bleaching process resulting in a ghostly image emerging from the fabric. This will be the first time the artist will be showing her Kimono works to the public.


Glew has shown internationally in 100 group exhibitions and 6 major solo shows and is found in art collections worldwide.​


Huntress (Kate) flag size 795 x 933 mm Bleaching technique and dye on vintage denim & cotton applique

PAM GLEW EXHIBITION


8 November  - 31 January 2018
7 November 2017  |  pREVIEW EVENING