A Vauxhall Ampera covered in magnetic bananas will be used to launch the latest issue of TURPS Banana
The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair has announced the line up of artists, fashion designers and performers for its seventh year event.
TURPS Banana - an innovative and highly collectable painting magazine - will collaborate with Damien Hirst, Marcus Harvey, Ryan Mosley and the Chapman Brothers to present 75 limited edition prints from each artist, priced between £200 - £300.
A number of Vauxhall vehicles have once again been commissioned for the day. Caitlin Art Prize curator Justin Hammond and The Makers Union will collaborate with Polly Morgan to produce a unique quail chick toothbrush for the event from the back of a Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer. A Vauxhall Ampera covered in magnetic bananas will be used to launch the latest issue of TURPS Banana.
The curator and director of POSTED Julia Royse, will collaborate with 'The Girls' duo in order to transform a Vauxhall postal van selling stationary created by artists such as Tracey Emin. Five Dials magazine and Penguin Classics editors will collaborate to create their next edition from scratch, from the back of a fantastic vintage Vauxhall.
Jane Simpson will be selling works from Angela De La Cruz, winner of the 2010 Turner Prize winner. Pamm Hogg will launch her new limited edition tax disc holders from Pretty Taxing:Road Hogg.
The Cinemoi Can Can Girls will be at the event providing the opportunity to smash crockery at their Boules in a China Shop. Lucy Parker and Vivienne Westwood model Sarah Stockbridge will help you turn yourself into a human snow shaker.
Artist Marty Thronton will be presenting a Big Fat Gypsy Fortune Teller in the back of a van. This year will for the first time see the Art Improvement Clinic, which invites visitors to bring along any artwork they don't like, and have it improved by a team of famous and emerging talents.
The East London event will also include Gavin Turk, Bob and Roberta Smith, Oliver Guy Watkins, Jessica Voorsanger, Pure Evil, Pete Fowler, Jessica Albarn, and Guts for Garters who will all be selling works of art from their own car boots.Published 24 May 2011