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Phill Hopkins | Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare (Part 1) PAPER/CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

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Wrapped in Foil (Syria) 2015
Blackboard paint, sticky-backed foil, emulsion paint, gloss paint, spray paint, varnish, used paintbrush handles, pin and Risperidone tablets on Fabriano 100/100 cotton paper.
20.2 x 28.4 cm. £750 (framed).
Phill Hopkins will be included in the exhibition
Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare (Part 1)

Semiotic Guerilla Warfare marks a new collaboration between CHARLIE SMITH LONDON
and PAPER. The exhibition brings together artists with connections to both
galleries creating a network spanning artistic practice between Manchester and London.
The exhibition will be split over three parts and presented over the next year.
Part II will be in Art Projects at London Art Fair 2016, and Part III will be at
Dean Clough Galleries in Halifax.

31 October – 12 December 2015
Private View Thursday 12 November 18:00 – 21:00

Paper Gallery
Unit 12 Mirabel Studios
14-20 Mirabel Street
Manchester M3 1PJ UK
OPENING TIMES Saturday 11:00 – 17:00 or by appointment

Phill Hopkins has a voracious appetite for world news and the situations that
we as human beings find ourselves subject to. He is interested in how we process
global images of conflict that we receive into the domestic. Hopkins uses very
ordinary materials, often found or bought at the hardware shop.
In Wrapped in Foil (Syria), he has added-in other found materials from the floor
of his studio.