Art July, 29 2009

Concrete Hermit at Tate Modern

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Since 2004, Chris Knight’s Concrete Hermit has served as a platform for underground artists – starting with t-shirt and print sales online and moving to a full fledged gallery space in East London in 2007. Knight has always allowed the artists that work with Concrete Hermit freedom to explore technique and aesthetic. This approach has been recognized by the Tate Modern, who commissioned Concrete Hermit (via the product development team) to produce a series of books, t-shirts and prints for the “Tate Modern Series.”

Artists Anthony Burrill, Andrew Rae and Ian Stevenson have lent their talents to the project. See more of their work after the jump.