GRIMM TALES is an immersive theatre experience taking over the sprawling Bargehouse on London’s South Bank 21 November 2014 – 15 February 2015. It will see the lofty warehouse space transformed into an inspired world of overgrown forests, slaughterhouse kitchens, crumbling industrial castles and dilapidated attic ballrooms where audiences will witness a selection of murky tales performed by a cast of sixteen.
London’s newest alternative theatre experience has collaborated with The Other Art Fair to produce original artworks based on six of the famous tales.
This creative collaboration saw six artists commissioned to respond to one of the six delightfully twisted tales that are depicted in the show. I responded to the tale of The Frog King:
A beautiful princess cuts a deal with an ugly, well-dwelling frog to get back her beloved golden ball. Her promise is ambiguous, but he gets all amphibious and hops along to the palace to collect his well-earned prize. But ugly is only skin-deep of course, as the princess duly discovers when her temper frays.
Now in its sixth edition, The Other Art Fair is London’s leading artist fair. I am excited that I will be one of its 100 unrepresented artists, selected by a Committee of affirmed artists, including Tracey Emin.
I will be at stand 38. Please come and visit!
You will be able to get half-price tickets by using discount code PARKER when booking online.
The Other Art Fair opening hours are:
Friday 25 April, 11am – 6pm
Saturday 26 April, 11am – 7pm
Sunday 26 April 11am – 6pm
Good news! My artwork has been selected for The Other Art Fair, an amazing artist-led exhibition which will take place in London next 22-25 November.
I have already started working on some new ink and graphite pieces. Watch this space for more details.
In the meantime, get your tickets here: http://www.theotherartfair.com/visiting/tickets/