Ian Stevenson’s solo show: Really Shit

Ian Stevenson was invited by Dutch visual communications studio Trapped in Suburbia to put on a solo show at its Ship of Fools gallery in The Hague in The Netherlands. The show, entitled Really Shit, runs until August 26…

Ian Stevenson was invited by Dutch visual communications studio Trapped in Suburbia to put on a solo show at its Ship of Fools gallery in The Hague in The Netherlands. The show, entitled Really Shit, runs until August 26 and features painted canvases, sculptural pieces and a selection of prints and original drawings. Here are some photos of the show and some of the works therein:


A personal favourite, Eat Crap is painted on canvas, 101 x 76 cm, €700


Original drawings, €200 each. Frame size: 30 x 40 cm


Celebrity is Dead, original drawing, €200


Really Shit, €700. Canvas size 101 x 76 cm


Original drawing, €200. Frame size: 30 x 40 cm


Original drawings, €200 each. Frame size: 30 x 40 cm


Original drawings, €200 each. Frame size: 30 x 40 cm


Signed Riso print, €20. Frame size 30 x40 cm


Pointless Shit, original drawing, €200. Frame size 30 x 40 cm

Really Shit runs until August 26 at the Ship of Fools Gallery, Korte Voorhout 20, The Hague, The Netherlands

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See more of Stevenson’s work at ianstevenson.co.uk

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