Underdog Gallery – Vandal With Care Art Show feat. Charlie McFarley and TACOT

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Underdog Gallery - Vandal With Care Art Show feat. Charlie McFarley and TACOTVandal With Care Art Show feat. Charlie McFarley and TACOT

The Underdog is excited to announce and present the first exclusive art show by Vandal with care featuring urban artists Charlie McFarley & TACOT.

Join us for a banging opening night party showcasing original installations, sculptures and limited prints.

Opening Night Art Show Friday 17th November 6pm – 10pm with DJ’s rocking the decks and our late night bar serving until 1am. Show runs from 18th November until 30th November 2017

Free entry all night long!

  RSVP to info@theunderdog.londonor click GOING on the Underdog Gallery facebook event page

Show runs to 30th November.

VANDAL WITH CARE is a satirical view of contemporary consumerism and the consumption of things, the work is a direct reflection of our appetite for junk food, TV, technology, clothing and literature, where designed obsolescence is part of our culture and readily accepted. There is a concentration on food iconology which is a direct metaphor to our ravenous consumption of things with no substance or sustenance. A reminder that we need to feed our souls as well as our stomachs.

Charlie Mcfarley’s work is the perfect example of the artist working as a vandal. Disrupting the wonderful world of children’s cartoon art and forcing the viewer into a landscape of intricately painted nightmares and sculptures that seem to smile back at you… Truly visceral in their impact the artwork reveals the troubled vision of adult life seen through a child’s eye.

TACOT is an enigma in the modern art scene, moving seamlessly through genres and concepts, connecting artworks to convey a strong message to raise questions and spark the imagination of the viewer. Never one to shy from a challenging topic expect a smack in the face and two fingers up to convention and modern culture.

The Underdog Gallery

Since 2011 The Underdog has been an exciting, versatile gallery space in London Bridge with the vibrant creative hub of Bermondsey Street just around the corner. Just five minutes walk from London Bridge station, inbetween The Shard and the famous White Cube gallery, The Underdog is host to some of the most exciting events in London. We have a fully licensed bar at the venue, a cinema screen and a full PA system to cater for most events.

The gallery mainly exhibits and sells contemporary fine art, modern art, post-war pop art, urban/street art, sculpture and outsider art but host a varied amount of events most nights of the week.

They represent some of the best emerging, mid-level and established artists from around the world. They also present a wide range of events at our incredible venue from live bands and DJ’s, film screenings, spoken word and open mic nights, burlesque shows, comedy nights, book launches, salon talks, designer furniture showcases, car promotions.

The Underdog Gallery


The Underdog Gallery Arch 6 Crucifix Lane, SE1 3JW London, United Kingdom
A 3 minute walk from London Bridge Station – leave via THE SHARD exit and turn left, The Underdog is approx. 400 meters on the left, just past the traffic lights.

Opening hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 8am – 7pm
Wednesday: 8am – 7pm
Thursday: 8am – Late
Friday: 8am – Late
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm

Please contact the gallery in case of ‘open to the public’ or ‘private’ events being held during the day or evening.

0207 403 7837

  www.theunderdog.london  underdogart  underdog_gallery

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