Modern Panic IV – over 60 of today’s foremost SURREAL, CONTROVERSIAL & PROVOCATIVE international artists and live practitioners 9th – 17th Nov Apiary Studios London

November 13, 2013


M O D E R N   P A N I C  IV
Curated by James Elphick
A unique collection of over 60 of today’s foremost surreal, controversial & provocative international artists and live art’s practitioners
Open to the public:
Saturday 9th –  Sunday 17th November 
 11am – 7pm daily – entrance £3
Featuring artists (in alphabetical order):
Karina Akopyan | Celia Arias | Rachael Berry | Rhine Bernardino | Eleanor Brereton | Jodhi Brown-Needham
Lorraine Clarke | Francisco de Pajaro I Annabel de Vetten Pettern I Laura Dron | Omer Gal | Miles Glyn
Anita Goldstein | Barry Hale | Pernilla Iggstrom | Orli Ivanov | Alejandro Jodorowsky | Max and Manuel
Dominic Negus | Michela Nicchiotti | Nihil Nihil | Bobby Nixon | Jenny Pyrah | Diego Ramirez | Erik Ravelo
Jay Rechsteiner |

Bruce Rimell | Sara Le Roy | Rachel Sheppard | Lucy Sparrow | Majali Sulaiman
Paul Toupet | Zilvinas Vaitiekunas | Vortman | Lauren Jane Williams | Trystan Williams | Yuri Zupancic
For the full Modern Panic line up:
Guerrilla Zoo’s acclaimed Modern Panic exhibition curated by James Elphick returns for it’s fourth year.The show features a unique collection of over 60 of today’s foremost, surreal, controversial & provocative international artists and live art’s practitioners.
First artists to be announced at Modern Panic IIII includes rare comic art by visionary cult film maker Alejandro Jodorowsky, Cuban social agitator Erik Ravelo (the man behind United Colours of Benetton’s UnHate campaign, which featured doctored photos of world leaders making out) features his powerful portraits of lost childhood which have been banned & blocked by facebook, the darkly surreal and dystopian sculptures of Parisian Paul Toupet, Italian live artist and technology hacker Francesca Fini, rebellious civil disorder inspired molotov art of Manuel and Max which went viral during the Turkey uprising, and the magic, medicine and religion inspired works of UK artist Lorraine Clarke.
Alongside are insurgent rising stars, the astonishingly realistic work of Sara Le Roy & Rachael Berry, Lucy Sparrow‘s witty and cynically fantastical felt creations, and the transformatively baroque and visceral films of Lauren Jane Williams. 
International contributors to look out for are the disturbingly beautiful photographs of French artist Nihil, Spanish artist Celia Arias‘s juxtaposed sacred and profane creatures, and the miniature microchip masterpieces of USA based Yuri Zupančič.
With more artists to be announced soon.
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