Wednesday, 28 November 2012

'Daniel Lismore - Self Portraits' at Tate Britain

My Self Portraits were a part of 'LABEL' exhibition at Tate Britian.

See my other Tate Modern Self Portraits exhibition here.

Boy George hosted a Celebrity Alternative C Party

Boy George hosted a Celebrity Alternative C Party at his London home. Gizzi Erskine cooked a vegetarian feast for Pam Hogg, Vicky McClure, Sadie Frost and lots of other great and glamorous people. The party was in aid of The Hepatitis C Trust's Great British C Party which encourages people to eat foods that support a healthy liver

Thursday, 22 November 2012

NAT's 25th Birthday Red Ribbon Art collection at City Hall.

NAT's launches exclusive red ribbon art exhibition at London's City Hall
To mark World AIDS Day (1 December) and NAT’s 25th anniversary, NAT is launching a Red Ribbon Art Exhibition at London’s City Hall.  The free exhibition will run from 27 November – 7 December and will be open to the public.

The exclusive art collection has been created for NAT by 30 high-profile supporters to mark the charitiy’s 25 years.  From celebrities – Annie Lennox, Gok Wan, and Dr Christian Jessen – to critically acclaimed artists –  Maggi Hambling, Rob Ryan and Robert Taylor – and fashion designers – Paul Smith, Matthew Williamson, Philip Treacy, Daniel Lismore and Giles Deacon – plus many more.

Each piece of art features the iconic red ribbon – the international symbol of HIV awareness and support – as its central motif.

Alongside the exhibition, each piece of art in this exciting and eclectic collection is also being auctioned online in aid of NAT.  The auction will close on the same day as the exhibition – 7 December – and bids can be placed online here.  Starting bids are as low as £50 on some pieces.


Red Ribbon artwork by Jasper Conran, Philip Treacy & Myself up for auction here here being displayed at City Hall, London till Dec 7th.

Exhibiting in 'LABEL' @Tate Britain 24th November.

You are invited to join us on a spirited quest to explore questions of identity and belonging. Amidst pumping bass lines and crowd mayhem, LABEL will explore the one question that has intrigued mankind for centuries: “Who am I?”

Label: Family Old, Family New, Who Am I? Exhibition as part of Tate Collectives - Great British Art Debate showing UK, Iceland, Finnish, American and other international creatives with artist Tracey Moberly in projected installation.

 Saturday 24th November at Tate Britain 1-5pm

 LABEL is curated by Tate Collective as part of the Great British Art Debate. What does Britishness mean to you? Join this audacious retort to stereotypical ideas about Britishness.

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Sponsored by the Heritage Lottery Funded & Great British Art Debate

 Take a look at my last exhibition at Tate Modern.

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

The Hepatitis C Trust's Great British C Party @ Boy George's house

"The Hepatitis C Trust’s healthy eating campaign The Great British C Party is back for Christmas 2012. This year, we hope that our supporters will get involved and hold their own healthy Christmas dinners and events with their friends and colleagues." Get involved Evening Standard.