I have some work in the show
In the show "I'LL BE BACK IN FIVE MINUTES" @ Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2. starts 25/09/2014.
Details can be found here.
if your in London do pop in to see this amazing group show.
I’m not dead yet. . .A retrospective exhibition of work
by the artist Mervyn Diese.
19th-28th Movember 2013at The Hundred Years Gallery. 13 Pearson Street. London E2 8JD
Having been very ill for the past couple of years my ability to produce new work, was some what hindered by the fact that I had an injury to my brain. After much care, change of habits, and lifestyle, I am decided to celebrate my survival by having a small art show @ a local gallery. The show will feature past works, and maybe one or two new unseen pieces. It will cross many disciplines and there will be stuff to buy. For those of you who have been to past shows
Hail all deviants! Happy Nu Year! May it be as fruitful and juicy as the ripest of fruit. Here is a long over due update to my journal. The experiment has ended! `My project at the Fortress Studios. London came to an end last May when I was taken very ill and had to give up work for a while to recover. But art in the space continues and all info can be viewed at the following site.
For 3 years I ran the screen ghost gallery which projected images from my DA favourites selection along with my own works on to the walls of a private bar in a London Recording studio. I'm pleased to inform you all the project was a succe
As I said the much delayed update to both this portal and this journal, but it has been a very busy year. Continuing with the activities of last year I have been running the hospitality suit of a London recording studios. In to which I have installed a version of the Screen Ghost Projection Guild project. It has been well received and has both outraged and entertained as well as changed a few perceptions of what is in general is a fairly broadminded community.
i.e.. I found many who regarded some of the nudes as porn weather or not the image sexual. Even when it was explained that these were the works of a world wide collective of artist th