May 13, 2019
Love the Planet, Love each other, Love Art
The Art Car Boot Fair's mid-summer art love-in returns with over 120 artists to London's Kings Cross Lewis Square - right next to Coal Drops Yard. This year the curated contemporary art event has chosen 'Love' as its theme - inviting artists to create artworks specially for the day and turning up to sell them themselves. There are always bargains, one-offs and limited editions from the famous and the infamous.
Here's artist Bob and Roberta Smith rocking out at last year's event.
Bob and Roberta Smith is the name of the artist best known for the works Make Art Not War, 1997, owned by the Tate, and Letter to Michael Gove. He is a regular at ACBF alongside luminaries Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Nancy Fouts, and superstar djs like Andrew Weatherall, who play dj sets throughout the day.
Team Tracey Neuls setting up at ACBF 2018
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ACBF Sunday 23rd June, 1-6pm, Cubitt Square, Stable St, Kings Cross
September 13, 2021
London Design Festival | Elpo x Tracey Neuls
For London Design Week, Tracey Neuls Coal Drops Yard Boutique is playing host to a science powered eco system that purifies and humidifies the air indoors. This past summer, we have been growing vegetables, feeding passers and it seemed apt to continue in this theme with an organic approach to improving the air we breathe - naturally. Join us as we welcome Elpo Biofilter - a smart biofiltration system with an innovative design solution, a piece of ‘furniture’ that works for you.
London Design Festival: 18-26 September
September 11, 2021
Muscle Beach at Kupfer Project Hackney
Kupfer in Hackney are currently presenting the exhibition Muscle Beach, featuring London-based artists Ana Kazaroff and Hannah Bays. The show, which brings together a series of sculptures and furniture by Kazaroff and paintings by Bays, explores how inanimate objects tell stories of human desire. On until September 25th