Friday, 28 June 2013



Is happy to invite you to the opening of an exhibition by 
Jorge De la Garza

Wednesday June 5 2013, 8pm — Midnight
at the George and Dragon Public House, 2 Hackney Road, London E2

DJ of the night Sara Knowland.
Jorge De la Garza (Mexico City, 1978) completed his MA at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2007 and has since exhibited internationally including at Project Arts Centre, Dublin; Breese Little, London; Galería Luis Adelantado, Valencia; Cornerhouse, Manchester and will be showing work with Galería Emma Molina at PINTA London, June 4 — 7 2013.
Jorge De la Garza at White Cubicle is curated by White Cubicle's inaugural curator in residence Paul Sammut.

The White Cubicle Toilet Gallery measures 1.40 by 1.40 metres, is located within the Ladies Toilet of the George and Dragon, and works with no budget, staff or boundaries. Since 2005 White Cubicle has been presenting a discerning programme of local and international manifestations as an antidote to London’s sometimes extremely commodified art scene. Past exhibitions have included Deborah Castillo, Gregorio Magnani, Butt Magazine, Federico Herrero, Terence Koh, i-Cabin, Steven Gontarski, Pixis Fanzine/Princess Julia and Hanah, General Idea and avaf, Basso Magazin, Carl Hopgood, Giles Round, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Superm, (Brian Kenny and Slava Mogutin), Elkin Calderon, Wolfgang Tillmans, Calvin Holbrook/Hate Magazine, Husam el Odeh, Simon Popper, Fur, Dik Fagazine, Rick Castro/Abravanation, Jean Michel Wicker, Noki, Ellen Cantor, Karl Holmqvist, Julie Verhoeven, Aldo Chaparro, Esther Planas, Nikos Pantazopoulos, Luis Venegas, Twinklife, Rocky Alvarez, Benedetto Chirco, STH Magazine, Elmgreen & Dragset, Francesc Ruiz, Sico Carlier, Stefan Benchoam, Thomas Dozol, Marco Rountree, Aleksandra Mir, Cameron Irving, the Hundley Twins, Tetine, Prem Sahib, Scott King and many others…

In words of Aleksandra Mir "White Cubicle has become the stamp of approval for any self respecting artist of our generation."

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