Mark Wigan - The Clubland Chronicles Exhibition 2019
Something for the diary this April...
The Clubland Chronicles Exhibition by Mark Wigan on Thursday 4th April 5pm to 9pm at The 5th Base Gallery 23 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ (off Brick Lane) The show runs Fri 5th and Sat 6th April 10am to 7pm and Sunday 7th April 10am to 6pm
Extra Dates: London Westbank Gallery, Notting Hill.. 2nd to 16th May
Alfresco Live Festival, Kent.. 23rd to 27th May
More details available on the Facebook group page.
Marcus Harriman welcomes Mark to the Progressive House Classics Facebook Group...
'Please all join me in wishing a warm welcome to the group to none other than Mark Wigan. Mark has a rich & varied background in club promotion & design, working as an artists, a curator of club culture..
Some members will know Marks art adorned West End's The Brain Club, which he co-hosted with Sean McLusky, prior to moving on to opening the Prog nut house that was Love Ranch (there's a few old attendee's here in the group ; )
Some of you may own records that Mark created the sleeve art work for, or will have old flyers which he designed; if you read i-D Magazine back in the day you will have seen his photo's & drawings..
In more recent years Mark has opened the Museum of Club Culture in Hull, & you can check out a selection of his work at the upcoming 'The Clubland Chronicles Exhibition' in London this April..
This is just a snapshot of Marks long & diverse career involved in chronicling all things nightlife related (I hope I haven't done you any injustice in my brief intro here Mark : )
Check out the following group for info on Marks upcoming exhibition..
"Work in progress in the studio today for the Exhibition this ones Mr Monday on stage at Love Ranch on a Saturday night in 1992. A club I used to co promote at Maximus in Leicester Square, London W1"..
Finished... This Is 'Where Its Fuckin At !'
"D:Ream live at The Love Ranch, Maximus, Leicester Square, London W1, 1992, original drawing to be exhibited at The Clubland Chronicles Exhibition in April"..
If your in the area or fancy a trip, the exhibition will be well worth checking out, If however that's not something your able to do, Mark has a website where you can pick up a great selection of signed prints. I was fortunate enough to pick a couple up earlier in the year and they really are amazing... A superb talking point when your entertaining and a great addition to the music room wall.
Limited edition signed and numbered prints are available either as A2 posters on paper or A3 size on 350gsm card. Go to https://markwigan.com