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'MUSEUMS' launches

next Monday 22nd MARCH at BEAT UNHAPPENING at TROF in Fallowfield. We are so excited about this 'product' and cannot wait for you all to experience it.  As detailed in the poster below, We will also be screening 'BEAUTIFUL LOSERS', and selling cakes to raise money for street children in Zimbabwe. David Bailey will also be presenting selected items from his shop 'GOOD GRIEF!' 

  • BEAUTIFUL LOSERS was made by Aaron Rose of the Alleged Gallery/Press and details the lives, working methods and ideology of some of our favourite artists like e.g. Chris Johanson, Jo Jackson, Mike Mills, Harmony Korine, Ed Templeton, Barry McGee and Margaret Kilgallen. It  documents how, collectively and individually, these outsiders, skaters and misfits came to art and how art came to them and how it is in fact inseparable from their lives. It is truly inspiring for any Do-It-Yourself-type people and we are excited to present Manchester's first public screening.
  • MUSEUMS is the long-awaited and painstakingly,lovingly assembled follow-up to 'We Are Young And We are Trying'. It consists of:
 a 50-something page hand-bound art book with contributions from Ken Cole, Erin Gilkes, Jess Higgins ,Lucy Jones, Sonia Leuschen, Alex Pierce, Mr. Red, Jack Teagle & Chelsea Wong;
a brand new 32-page comic from Dave Bailey;
3 screen-printed posters by Tim Lahan;
And a compilation tape we made of exclusive jams from our favourite bands on the planet: Assassins 88, Beachniks, Dunes, Former Bullies, Girls Names, Golden Grrls, Irma Vep, La La Vasquez, Mazes, Nisennenmondai, Picastro, Piece War, Reading Rainbow, Rollin Hunt, Sad Horse, Sic Alps, Silk Flowers, Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, Veronica Falls, Waiters and Yellow Fever.

  • Good Grief! is the best shop in Manchester- even better than that weird new place on High Street with the caged bird and vintage guitars and dirt bikes. Proprietor Dave Bailey will be bringing the choicest cuts from his collection to try and persuade you to buy with his new sales pitch.

Click on the poster to enlarge and read the small-print.

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