INNOVATIVE ART EXHIBITION IN EAST LONDONS NEWEST & ARGUABLY MOST UNIQUE GALLERY SPACE.
EAT ME St Paul’s Church, Bow. Artist Abigail Fallis presents a solo
exhibition of new and recent sculptures, in an architecturally built gallery
at St Paul’s Church, Bow.
“You’d have to be mad to miss it,” Damien Hirst Fallis uses the theme of consumption as inspiration for this show, aptly named “EAT ME”.
The exhibition showcases impressive new works in bronze, rubber, steel and papier mache’, and will open to the public from Tuesday 1st February until Tuesday March 1st 2005.
The venue for “Eat Me” is St. Paul’s Church Gallery, St Stephen’s Road, Bow, London.,which has recently been restored with a public gallery, built within the church, designed by Architects Mathew Lloyd.
times: Tuesday to Friday 11am till 6pm; w/e 1 till 6pm. The Gallery is
available for hire and must be booked in advance. The No. 8 bus stops
outside the church, next door to Roman Road market. The overhead is Bow
Church DLR or Bow Road Underground; all publicly signed to Roman Road
market then walk up St Stephen’s road to St Paul’s Church.