A True Royal $#*! Sigh! Solo Exhibition by D*FACE at StolenSpace Gallery
World artist D*Face on the side of StolenSpace Gallery are overjoyed to recent, in combined celebration of her Majesty’s 95th Birthday and the UK’s newly restored social freedom, ‘A True Royal S#*! Sigh’. The solo exhibition will be opening on the 17th of June and also can nonetheless flee unless the 4th July 2021.
The gallery be exhibiting her ‘Winged Highness’ all over a diversity of mediums, from D’s very earliest 2000 show-prints to his upcoming digital artworks. Alongside the backdrop of his work, StolenSpace will furthermore be internet hosting the UK open of D’s most modern collaborative sculpture with Medicom Toys, ‘Canines Assign The Queen’. This 40cm gigantic, mighty stone resin bust of Queen ‘Liz will be available in limited portions recent from the field, as well to a petite alternative of hand customised busts by D as section of the demonstrate.
To designate national ‘liberate down’, we unbiased to safely lift collectively chums and households to paint a weird and wonderful D*Face ceramic – designed by him however painted by you. Correct by two weekends, company can paint their D*Face ceramic, which can then be sent off and glazed. Company can develop a preference from a to hand ‘brick’ mug, fundamental spray can persona, like coronary heart dish, or a grinning skull, whereas playing some refreshments amongst the exhibition.
“I’m stoked so as to invite of us relieve to StolenSpace to revel in and exhibition in person as soon as again. Whether or no longer you love her or hate her there has always been something unifying about Queen ‘Liz and that’s what of us need appropriate now, at the same time as it lasts anyway. I’m furthermore in actuality cheerful to be releasing the DIY pieces too, essentially so I catch to scrutinize folks balk as their child fully wrecks their new D*Face Ceramic however furthermore on memoir of it’s a sizable technique to lift of us relieve collectively after countless months of video calls and social distancing.” – D*Face, 2021