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How Are You Feeling? David Shrigley on the High Line

Arts : Artlog Blog

Artist David Shrigley’s new billboard commission for the High Line asks, in Shrigley’s trademark messy scrawl, “How are you feeling?” The billboard gives a brutally honest answer to its own question, beginning with “I’m feeling very...

David Shrigley at Quimby’s Books Tonight & at Columbia College Chicago Tomorrow

Arts : Bad at Sports Blog

David Shrigley fans, take note: Shrigley will be signing copies of his new book What the Hell Are You Doing? The Essential David Shrigley TONIGHT at 7pm at  Quimby’s Bookstore, 1854 W. North Ave., Chicago. Tomorrow night, he’ll be s...

Hayward Gallery presents first major UK survey of works by David Shrigley

Arts : Artdaily

LONDON.- This Hayward Gallery exhibition is the first major survey in the UK of works by David Shrigley. Spanning the upper galleries, David Shrigley: Brain Activity, covers the full range of Shrigley?s diverse practice from the pas...

David Shrigley's giant thumbs up unveiled as Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth sculpture

Lifestyle / Travel : Daily Mail: Travel

Called 'Really Good', the sculpture represents 'positivity and the best of us' according to London Mayor Sadiq Khan, while the long thumb (shown) is designed to portray a message of optimism.

David Shrigley’s Gloriously Monstrous Thumb Unveiled On Trafalgar’s Fourth Plinth

Arts : Modern Art Notes

“Huh. As I suspected. The vaunted optimism of Shrigley’s thumbs-up to Britain’s glorious future is undermined by the deathly black hue of his appendage. Then there is the surreal monstrosity of the hugely deformed thumb. At seven me...

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