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This info comes via photographer Patrice Hanicotte who went to the Cherryvale Skateboard Co‘s London Private View last night, and told me about the project that mixes skateboards and photography, founded by Valerie Phillips and Jason Gormley in Cherryvale, Kansas, and “dedicated to the preservation of youthful idealism, naïve enthusiasms and unrealistic expectations.” Valerie’s photos are great and i like the mini-album she published to accompany the project. It’s great there is such cool interest for skate culture out there, and the work of Shea Rico: Just another skateboard day fits nicely within it. You can catch the Cherryvale Skateboard Co until July 27 @ The Gallery, First Floor 125 Charing Cross Rd (Above Soho Books).

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exhibition mezz gallery

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tag template

As promised, here’s Jessica’s template to be used for the labeling of exhibition works.

Please download it ( by cliking the link below) and replace the info provided by your own.

Print it in photographic paper and bring it next Friday.

Also, the hours the mezzanine space is available have been confirmed and these remain 5pm to 9pm (as before) thus making it impossible to accomodate the request to move it to an earlier afternoon event.

All the specifications for the work to be submitted can be found on post ‘week 12’ of the unit’s blog

Please keep in mind that you need to bring to the class (friday 18th may) a copy of the cd you submit in the office so that all material can be upload to the blog (images and text)

if you have any questions, you can email me> paularoush (at) googlemail (dot)com or jessika >jessica (dot) kril (at) googlemail (dot) com

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