Dom Pattinson Exhibition
Since the last sellout Dom Pattinson exhibition in 2014, held at Utopia Village, and in conjunction with the Ebola crisis and Bandaids last release that raised money for famine and other disasters. Dom has been working tirelessly as an international artist and philanthropist to many charities either side of the Atlantic.
The last 3 years
In 2014 Dom started what he called the 12 tasks of Hercules….a series of fundraising events in NYC and London that helped many small but important charities deliver aid, food, shelter etc to those in need.
in 2015 Dom began working with the International Rescue Committee on the “star boot sale”..along with Dave Roundtree of “Blur” they helped raise thousands in an online auction of celebrities “junk” they teamed up again in 2016 Dave and Dom this time creating the very first public Starboot sale at the Truman brewery in London’s Brick Lane, where a variety of celebrities sold their old clothing, signed records and other assorted memorabilia directly to the public.
Shows across the world
Whilst all of this was going on Dom has been exhibiting across Europe, America and Australia, with a multitude of sell-out shows and celebrity collectors flocking to own a piece of his work, from Angelina and Brad, the Beckhams, royalty and a plethora of other big names.
He has had 2 sell-out shows in Portugal, A sellout show in NYC, A variety of mixed exhibitions throughout the world.
A sellout show in Karachi, of which he is the first western artist to exhibit there since it split from India.
Dom produced a large Zebra mural on the 69th floor of the world trade centre in conjunction with by Spotify only British artist to be invited to paint at the city project in long Island.
He was commissioned by Ted Baker stores to produce a painting that reflected the Anglo-American community and has become the figurehead of the new flagship store in Manhattan.
Dom is at his best creating works that are thought provoking and sometimes humorous allowing viewers to connect to his pieces very easily.
This Dom Pattinson exhibition, his first in the UK in 3 years, for those that take the time to ponder, it’s politically subtle, Dom doesn’t try to push his own political persuasions, but encourages others to see the message and humour in his colourful creations.
International Rescue Committee
To raise money for humanitarian charity the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Dom will give them a percentage of sales from 3 pieces sold at his exhibition at the gallery which will run from the 19-29th April with a private view on the 18th April.
Zebra One Gallery owner Gabrielle Du Plooy said: “We enjoyed immensely working with Dave and the IRC and Dom on the Starbootsale and we are thrilled to be working with them again to raise much-needed funds”
Everyone that sees a Dom Pattinson artwork wants to take it home.
Dom Pattinson Exhibition 19th-29th April