Art

Ego Rodriguez

This Friday we welcome a brand new art exhibition, MACHO, to the walls of Dalston Superstore. Straight from the mind of the fabulously talented Ego Rodriguez, the show features his amazing illustrations of handsome men. Following on from the private view, we roll straight into a two-floor Mega Nancy’s, the night which Ego also designs […]

Macho

EGO RODRIGUEZDALSTON SUPERSTORE 117 KINGSLAND HIGH STREET E8 2PBPRIVATE VIEW – FRIDAY 16TH MAY 7PM – LATEEXHIBITION RUN – SATURDAY 17TH MAY – SUNDAY 10TH AUGUST 2014CURATED BY – SASKIA WICKINSASSISTANT CURATOR – EMILY BRYSON From the artist behind the spectacular Friday club night Nancy’s comes an exhibition that takes an ingenious illustrative spin on […]

Loulou Reloulou

French fashion designer and artist Loulou Reloulou has been hard at work the last few weeks turning our toilets into an erotic toilet paradise, giving each cubicle its own unique feel. Ahead of the launch party next Wednesday we caught up with her to find out more…!   What was the inspiration for Loulou’s Erotic […]

Muff Magazine

Ahead of the launch party tomorrow night for Muff, the London based queer print magazine, we caught up with the two ladies behind the publication to find out a bit more about what’s in the latest issue and why they do what they do…   Muff Magazine came to global acclaim with its moving photo […]

Kid Batchelor

By Hannah Holland A pioneer of the musical explosion on ‘80s London who DJ’ed at many of the revolutionary clubs of the time, as well as making legendary records… We are honoured to have Kid Batchelor spin in the laser pit at Paris’ Acid Ball this week, and learn a little history along the way….  Hi Lawrence aka Kid […]

Dalston Screentests

DALSTON SCREENTESTS EXHIBITIONExhibition run: February 12th – May 11th, 2014A two-part exhibition at Dalston Superstore & Stunt DollyCurated By: Ryan Lanji & Saskia Wickins This February curators Ryan Lanji & Saskia Wickins unveil a two-part exhibition celebrating some of Dalston’s cultural icons through a modern interpretation of Andy Warhol’s iconic screen tests. Between 1964 and […]

Meat

Meat zine creator Adrian Lourie joins his fellow meat boy Fannar Gudmundsson to DJ at the next Little Gay Brother party, deep-south, Dolly Parton themed do, The Back House! Known for showcasing regular gay guys in a pin-up fashion, Meat has grown in popularity, filling a gap in the market for men who like real men. […]

Black Light

PRIVATE VIEW: WEDNESDAY 13TH NOVEMBER – 7pm – ONWARDSEXHIBITION RUNS: FRIDAY 16TH NOVEMBER – SUNDAY 9TH FEBRUARYCURATED BY SASKIA WICKINS Dalston Superstore is proud to announce an exhibition of a medium we have never showcased before. BLACK LIGHT is the inaugural exhibition of body-artist Emma Allen and photographer Andre Ainsworth. This series of images sees […]

Paola Revenioti

Tomorrow night sees a special fundraiser from online LGBT art repository The Queer Archive who aim to bring a brand new solo exhibition of Paola Revenioti’s work to the White Cubicle gallery in East London. Paola, a Greek and trans* activist and artist produces dreamy and erotic photography and has been instrumental in Greece’s gay […]

Klarr

London based illustrator James Davison, working under the pseudonym Klarr, presents his debut solo exhibition at Dalston Superstore. Blending traditional notions of gender (masc and femme) to create candid portraits of men, James attempts to explore different representations of masculinity through print and neon light works. We caught up with the busy artist to find out more […]

Klarr Powder Room

PRIVATE VIEW: THURSDAY 22nd AUGUST – 7pm – ONWARDS EXHIBITION RUNS: FRIDAY 23rd AUGUST – SUNDAY 6th OCTOBER. CURATED BY SASKIA WICKINS Dalston Superstore is pleased to present PowderRoom – a private view to a solo exhibition by London based artist, KLARR. PowderRoom explores different representations of masculinity through print and neon light works. The […]

Louise Riley

We spoke to local artist and embroiderer Louise Riley about her current Dalston Superstore solo show, Breathe In. Breathe Out, and about the sci-fi influences on her work, including the “teleportation tunnel” performance art she featured at the private view… Who are your artistic influences? I came to the realisation the other day that I think […]