Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place Private view Wednesday 30th January 2013

Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place, installation view, 2013

Matthew Stone, Diverse Unification, 2012

Simon Foxall 2013

31st January – 28th February 2013
Simon Oldfield 6 Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1K 3AP

Simon Oldfield is to present Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place, a new series of exhibitions including a group show co-curated with Julia Fodor aka Princess Julia, film programme, project space with Mark Davey and solo presentations by Matthew La Croix and Simon Foxall.

Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place, explores the currents of change, unearthing the elements that come together to rupture boundaries and challenge opinion.

Simon Oldfield will present work by artists who are pivotal in influencing and examining cultural movements, by pursuing an alternative perspective with fearless clarity.

Focusing on the artistic expression of counter-culture in various forms, particularly in the spheres of fashion, music and performance, Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place captures the essence of those who look ahead with resolute conviction.

Solo Presentations. Simon Foxall and Matthew La Croix.

Group Exhibition. Co-curated with Julia Fodor aka Princess Julia. Matthew Stone, Judy Blame, Bruce Ingram, Jonny Briggs, Paul Kindersley, David Holah and Simon Foxall.

Film. Angel Rose & Josh Quinton.

Project Space. Mark Davey

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the founder and editor of FAD magazine, a curation of the world’s most interesting culture, and Creative Director of FAD Agency, a strategy & creative agency working with brands to solve business problems using cultural tools. In 2008 following his passion for art he founded what has grown to become FAD magazine. FAD magazine is internationally recognized as a key figure within the emerging and contemporary art world, and has been selected as official partner by organizations as diverse as Moniker Art Fair, START, Volta and Christie’s. In addition Mark is a columnist for City Magazine.

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