A tribute to the new queen of pop, who has commanded the number one spot on Facebook and the cover story of almost all the pop media and papers globally. Rihanna’s collaboration with top artists such as David Guetta and Coldplay only portrays her versatility, and the desirability amongst a wide range of people to sing with her or joint ventures. Rihanna’s talent inspires all of us to strive and achieve our dreams, especially through times of despair as we are seeing now.
The 4th of September sees the Christie’s charity auction set up by The famous question time presenter David Dimbleby. Original artworks by Damien Hirst and Bambi street artist, have been donated to raise funds for his Cancer Charity Dimbelby cancer care. This Charity was set up in the late 1960’s in helping cancer sufferers at Guy’s and St. Thomas’s hospital in London.
Bambi kindly donated an original Bambi painting to David Dimbleby to help raise funds at this auction.
Walton Fine Arts wants to wish you all the best of luck in this event.
Christie’s Art Auction
WALTON FINE ARTS IS THE original gallery FOR BAMBI ARTIST.
Bambi street artist – London Olympics 2012
Walton Fine arts is proud to be the exclusive global agent & representative in the works of Bambi, UK street artist.
Bambi’s ‘You lift my spirits’ was created for the London 2012 Olympics, which gave London & all Brit’s around the world, a huge boost of enthuseasm, drive and ‘spirit’.
WALTON FINE ARTS IS THE EXCLUSIVE GLOBAL AGENT FOR BAMBI ARTIST.
The solo show of Banksy protege Mr Brainwash, aka Thierry Guetta, opened on Sunday in the cavernous space of the Old Sorting Office of London’s West End. Thousands of fans had queued up in anticipation of the 2pm opening of the free show and the promise of 250 limited-edition prints by the artist.
Guetta’s show featured hundreds of pieces that must have taken thousands of hours to craft, assemble and display. The style is very much in the vein of Banksy — cheeky, irreverent, knowing, populist, well-crafted, subtly both flattering and mocking of its audience and the entire tradition of art from old masters all the way to pop art.
Some questions the show raises: Is it art? Is it any good? What do all the pop references mean? Is Mr Brainwash anti-capitalist? How big a team creates these pieces? Are Mr Brainwash and Banksy the same person? Are they taking us for a ride, just like they did in the brilliantly subversive, mind-bending documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop?
Does it matter as long as we’re enjoying it and engaging the imagination of thousands who would otherwise find no interest in art?
Look at the pieces and decide for yourself.
Oxford Street London
Mr Brainwash QE2
Mr Brainwash & David Guetta
Marilyn Monroe Exhibition Lawrence Schiller – London
Breathtaking news: Lawrence Schiller’s “Marilyn & Me”
Marilyn for ever! –We pays tribute de Marilyn Monroe by choosing her as effigy of its edition 2012. As one of the greatest of Hollywood’s icons, sexy, sparkling and moving, she is featured in every magazine and newspaper across the globe fifty years after her premature death and “reincarnated” in the recent movie My Week with Marilyn. Step into Marilyn Monroe’s intimacy at the time when the movie Something’s Got to Give was being shot. More than a hundred extraordinary photographs from two of her final films, most of them never seen before, contribute to this unexpected, poignant portrait of Marilyn Monroe that you will read straight through to the end without stopping.
Lawrence Schiller is one of the four photographers still alive having immortalized Marilyn Monroe. Since his book about Marilyn with Norman Mailer was released in 1973 and sold world wide in 16 languages and 6,000,000 copies, he had never published another story about the star. Schiller’s emblematic career as a photojournalist, film director and bestselling author, is marked with this momentous Marilyn Monroe exhibition.
Almost 30 different rare, collectible Marilyn Monroe photographs and portfolios sets available, subject to availability!
Tel: +44 207 581 2332
Fax: +44 2-7 589 0760
Photo’s available: http://www.waltonfinearts.com/artist-library
Bambi – Diamonds are a girls best friend
Bambi, an anonymous London street artist in her early 30s, hailed by many as the female Banksy, has taken the Jubilee’s pomp and ceremony to a gritty suburban London street with a piece of graffiti she secretly painted two weeks ago. It has the tagline, ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,’ and depicts a young Queen Elizabeth II on the throne as the Queen of Diamonds.
Pickering St, just off Essex Rd.
You walk into your local cafe, and pass this on your route…. reminding you that mudanity meets extraordinary sometimes, and that there is more to life than cigarettes, tea, and that full-English breakfast you’ve been craving….. “I believe in Angels!”