Recap: Eden’s Garden Opening

Last Thursday saw the launch of the Eden’s Garden exhibition, a collaborative effort by two young artists from London, Amar Stewart and Mister Batlow. We made our way to Brick Lane’s East Gallery on opening night to check out the exhibition for ourselves.

The exhibition features a number of pieces inspired by the biblical tale of the Garden of Eden, some by Amar, some by Mister Batlow, and some pieces featuring both of the artists’ work. I loved the fact that the exhibition wasn’t simply contained to canvas, with some pieces sprayed on the walls of the East Gallery, and a few installation pieces throughout the room. Many of the pieces are available for sale, and are so good that I am almost tempted to drop some cash and pick one up for myself.

The night also saw the launch of Aum clothing and some new pieces from The Ugly Kids Club, including the navy blue lions head sweatshirt. This was another packed gallery opening for East and it was great to see so many people in attendance, supporting two excellent young artists. The exhibition runs until Wednesday May 5th an I strongly suggest you take a little time to go check it out. For more information, see my previous post. Congratulations to Om and Batlow on a great exhibition. Photo’s from opening night follow below.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • Sean

    No love for the DJ? I’d like to give that guy props for using actual turntables with his Serato/Mp3 setup.. It’s getting more and more rare to see that (well, at least in the ‘States.. where most DJs are lazy).

    This looked like a great show with some really exciting art! Thanks for the coverage.

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  • Armando Cabba

    Makes me want to go have a crazy gallery tour with my work