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Local artists Carrie Reichardt and Bob Osborne are currently featuring in an exhibition alongside Banksy and Damien Hirst at The Lawrence Alkin Gallery in Soho.

Reichardt and Osborne have had 4 of their collaborative pieces; Horny Housewives, Come Play With Me, Unfit Mother and Mad in England, selected for the Mix Winter Exhibition which is on show at 42 New Compton St until 14 January. Another Chiswick artist, Sir Peter Blake is also starring and has a new Pop Art work in the show.

Mad in England - Reichardt/Osborne piece. Photo: Bob Osborne

The infamous duo have just had a successful exhibition of constructions and ceramics at The Hogarth Club in Chiswick and also have some of their recent work in the Artists At Home Christmas Exhibition at the Hogarth which runs until 4 January.

Carrie Reichardt and the Treatment Rooms Collective have also been busy creating a large public art commission for the South Acton Estate. The 4 by 12 metre ceramic mural is due to be installed in April. Over the past 8 months she has been collaborating with local residents, Gunnersbury Museum and Ealing Library to research social history and collect archive photographs to use in the finished mosaic.




December 18, 2016