Global artist D*Experience together with StolenSpace Gallery are thrilled to present, in put together celebration of her Majesty’s 95th Birthday and the UK’s freshly restored social liberty, ‘A Suitable Royal S#*! Show’. The solo exhibition will be opening on the 17th of June and will operate right until the 4th July 2021.

The gallery be exhibiting her ‘Winged Highness’ across a wide variety of mediums, from D’s pretty earliest 2000 display screen-prints to his upcoming electronic artworks. Together with the backdrop of his operate, StolenSpace will also be internet hosting the United kingdom launch of D’s most current collaborative sculpture with Medicom Toys, ‘Dog Help save The Queen’. This 40cm tall, sound stone resin bust of Queen ‘Liz will be obtainable in limited portions new from the box, as perfectly as a little quantity of hand customised busts by D as portion of the show.

To mark countrywide ‘unlock down’, we purpose to safely bring with each other buddies and families to paint a unique D*Experience ceramic – designed by him but painted by you. Across two weekends, guests can paint their D*Encounter ceramic, which will then be sent off and glazed. People can choose in between a handy ‘brick’ mug, basic spray can character, enjoy heart dish, or a grinning skull, while having fun with some refreshments among the exhibition.


“I’m stoked to be able to invite folks back again to StolenSpace to love and exhibition in particular person once again. Whether or not you love her or despise her there has always been something unifying about Queen ‘Liz and which is what people need ideal now, while it lasts anyway. I’m also really content to be releasing the Do it yourself pieces too, largely so I get to watch moms and dads cringe as their boy or girl absolutely wrecks their new D*Facial area Ceramic but also because it is a great way to convey people back collectively after endless months of video calls and social distancing.” – D*Deal with, 2021

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