DoBeDo is proud to announce the release of its latest publication ‘Hugo Scott – 20 Photographs’.
’20 Photographs’ is a selection of Hugo Scott’s portraiture shot over the last eight years. Regularly travelling to different countries for his day-job, Scott started taking portraits during his down time, photographing people in the places he found himself as a way to interact with and experience unfamiliar situations. As his hobby grew into his main occupation, he began travelling specifically to photograph – this photo box includes photographs taken in Romania, South Africa, Cuba, Spain, France and all across USA.
The edit of 20 standalone images is an introduction to Scott’s extensive portraiture practice, made from an original edit of 5000; a taster of the large-scale ongoing projects that are not yet fully realised, and a first window into the breadth and exciting depth of the photographic practice of Hugo Scott.
This publication includes 20 card-mounted photographs with a signed and hand numbered index page, held in a hand finished box. It is a limited edition of only 150 hand made copies.
’20 Photographs’ is available to buy here
Edited and Published by DoBeDo
Designed by Loose Joints
20 C-Type Prints mounted on de-bossed card (220 x 280mm)
Yellow card box (35 x 230 x 300mm)
Thursday 20th of December
The Good Temple for Truth Lust and Lies
62A Bayford Road
(Nearest Tube Kensal Green)
DoBeDo is proud to announce that Frank Lebon’s video ‘Daily Commute’ is now on display at Soft Opening. Shot and displayed inside the tube station at Piccadilly Circus, and set to a soundtrack of his own commute-inspired rap.
click here to watch the trailer
11th – 28th of January 2018
Unit 7 Piccadilly Circus Tube Station
DMYCC will be released at the opening on Sunday September 24th, and is available to buy online here.
The publication of DMYCC is also accompanied by the release of a collection of prints made available by the artist. To view more information please click here.
The next instalment of Reely and Truly film club is being held this Friday 30th September 2016 at The Good Temple for Truth, 62a Wakeman Road, NW10 5DG.
Tommy Malefoff – The Outdoor World
Tallulah Hood – Wes Speaks
Simon Cahn – Untitled
Duncan Loudon – Echo Chamber
Nick Brown – Lizard Force
Nickolas Middleton – Wizard
Gilbert Bannerman – The Alien Art Trade
Andrew de freitas – The Bends
Bear Damen – Love Invaders
Saskia Dixie – Capital of the C
Jacob Levi – ISM-ARY
Sean Vegezzi – JOEY
Dick Jewell – ROY : Sometimes
Oko Ebombo – Another way for another vision
Frank Lebon – Creeping : Obongjaya
Tegen Williams – Mum’s euphoric dream
Rosie Marks – Benidorm
Jack & Archy Marshall – WHEN AND WHY
Raf Fellner – mum being me
Joe Ridout – Maxilla
Tyrone Lebon – Frank Ocean Nikes: Extended Japanese edit for Reely and Truly
Reely and Truly Film Club
DATE: 30th September 2016, 7.00-10.00pm
LOCATION: The Good Temple of Truth, 62a Wakeman Road, NW10 5DG, free entry
DoBeDo contributor Sean Vegezzi is releasing a booklet, ‘SCOTT’ this weekend in New York City.
Organised by Vegezzi, Spencer Tullis and Alec Tinmar, the publication is an attempt to place the societal fixation on archetypal characters of the urban environment within larger concepts of art history and contemporary theoretical frameworks.
The booklet, bound by black plastic spirals and protected by a clear cover, is a direct reference to the ‘pitch books’ given by investment banks to potential investors. White text sits on burgundy pages within the printed booklet. Interspersed throughout are quotes from architecture critic Montgomery Schuyler, presented as they were written in a private brochure printed for Frank Winfield Woolworth in 1913. The contributions included within ‘SCOTT’ are largely works of fiction; elaborations on biases and cartoonish stereotypes sprouted from unsavoury personal recollections.
‘SCOTT’ is released on Saturday February 6th 2016, inside of the atrium at 60 Wall Street.
Saturday February 6th 2016 / 1-4PM
Inside of the atrium at 60 Wall Street,
North side of Wall Street between William and Pearl Streets