Walking With Giants | 1st Edition | Opening Event

Walking With Giants | Opening on the 5th of May from 6pm to 9pm at our gallery space from Tower Bridge area.

Boomer Gallery, 150 Tooley Street, SE1 2TU, London.

Everyone is welcome. No RSVP!

The co-curator of “Walking With Giants” is a man who has dedicated his entire life to art, a person who worked with some of the most Iconic artists in the entire world and to honour all this achievements, this exhibition is dedicated to him- Mr Anthony Fawcett.

Anthony Fawcett is a British writer, art critic, and a former curator to John Lennon and Yoko Ono from 1968 until 1970.

Anthony was an art critic at Vogue when eighteen.

Anthony Fawcett invented the Beck’s Art Sponsorship Programme and Beck’s Futures, the UK’s largest artists prize, he created the limited edition Beck’s Artist’s Bottles commissioning artists Gilbert & George, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, and Tracey Emin. During the 25 years of the Sponsorship Programme he masterminded an annual programme commissioning Rachel Whiteread’s “House ” with Artangel.

As Beck’s Historic Art Curator, Anthony commissioned an Andy Warhol limited edition Beck’s Bottle Label of his 1986 self-portrait “Fright Wig” launched at Art Basel, Miami, 2011.

As the Global Art Curator for Vertu, Anthony launched the Vertu Global Art Commission with Richard Wilson’s, “Hold The Line” at The Saatchi Gallery and the Shanghai Gallery of Art in 2011. Vertu supported the private Museum/Collectors Forum, Hong Kong Art Fair 2012.

Anthony was a Trustee of the Whitechapel Art Gallery from 1990- 1996, he was a board member of the Rambert Dance Company and the Development Board of the Institute of Contemporary Arts, he is currently a member of the Whitechapel Art Gallery Development Board.

At the moment Anthony is collaborating closely with the Tate Gallery Archive, who are acquiring his extensive archive, & working with several global agencies to launch his eighty historical interviews with both artists & musicians from the past 40 years.

The theme of this exhibition is a reference to Mr Fawcett’s vivid career and the aim is to promote the selected artists into established circles in the art world by linking their names with a superstar curator. 

Friday 7th of April the from 6pm to 9pm- Opening Event.

Normal business hours.

Saturday- 11am to 6pm.

Sunday - Closed.

Monday- 11am to 6pm.

Tuesday- 11am to 6pm.

Wednesday- 11am to 6pm.

Exhibition Catalog HERE 

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