High Roller Society presents its summer exhibition at Stour Space…
Roll Over Play Dead
Opening Night: Thursday 1st August 2013 | 7pm onwards | Free entry
Opening Hours: 2nd August – 2nd September 2013 | 9am-5pm Mon-Sun | Free entry
Roll Over Play Dead presents a selection of home grown and international street and contemporary artists, some of whom have been practising artists in Hackney Wick for 20 years.
The exhibition features a variety of artists working in different practices including painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, animation and more.
Featuring: 45rpm – Aida – J&M Atherton – Teddy Baden – Martin Bailey – Will Barras – Billy – Ghetto Blaster – Alex Booker – Bromley – Ruth Calland – Emma Caton – Clifford – Dark Clouds – Andy Council – Alex Daw – Mick Dean – David Dipre – Tj Dolan – Cassius Fouler – Richard Galloway – Jane Hayes Greenwood – Paul Green- Kevin Harrison – Hicks – James Jessop – Keely – Kinska – Tony Lee – Ludvig – Filthy Luker – Malarky – Mantis – Martin Mcginn – Mighty Mo – Mobstr – Nick Morley – Chris Mundy – NJGM – Paul Norton – Vinnie Nylon – Dave O`Shaughnessy – Gold Peg – Mr Penfold – Mark Powell – RichT – Rowdy – Ellannah Sadkin – Shuby – Sickboy – Sweet Toof – Coby Walsh
About High Roller Society:
“Founded in 2010, High Roller Society has arisen against the odds to showcase street and contemporary artists with impact, who create art because their passion insists upon it, and who all demonstrate this proactive time. High Roller Society is about taking risks. Derived from the streets, our name encompasses the DIY ethos of artists that live on their own terms. As a symbol of personal and creative liberation, the paint roller speaks of rolling high with extension poles to paint difficult places, to reach for the dream.“