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An Evening With OOF
Grab your club colours and a pint. For one night only, OOF’s Eddy Frankel and Justin Hammond conjure up a cozy pub corner to host conversations with a team of exciting artists.
OOF Gallery is a cutting-edge art space dedicated to football and the culture that surrounds it. Like all the very best ideas, it was born in a pub. Eddy Frankel had a plan for combining art and football in a biannual magazine. Justin Hammond wanted to put on football exhibitions that weren't really about football. Luckily, Jennie Hammond came on board to make it all happen.
OOF magazine is now approaching its ninth issue, while OOF Gallery has three exhibition spaces, two artist studios and its own shop, all in a beautiful Georgian townhouse in the grounds of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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Eddy is a London-based art critic. He is the Art & Culture Editor for Time Out and has written about art for The Guardian, ArtReview, The Art Newspaper and Vanity Fair. He's also the co-founder and editor of OOF, and is a huge fan of sparkling water.
Hannah is a performer, writer and producer who creates original theatre and film. Her self-written short film, Devi – देवी, which she also stars in, will be broadcast on Sky Arts later this year. Hannah has toured her solo show, ENG-ER-LAND, to over 20 venues, supported by Arts Council England and The Football Supporters’ Association. ENG-ER-LAND is co-produced with WoLab and directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair.
London based artist Juno works with photography, film and installation. Her wry staged self-portraits build a soft pink universe of hyper-femininity, solitude, desire and despair, with an ultra-critical edge. She has become one of the most recognisable photographers working today, forging an aesthetic that has seen her move seamlessly from immersive, intimate gallery exhibitions to leading major campaigns for fashion brands like Burberry.
Justin is the co-founder and curator of OOF Gallery. He is also a director of J HAMMOND PROJECTS, a London exhibition space dedicated to supporting ambitious ideas. Previous solo shows at JHP include Betty Tompkins, George Rouy and Shadi Al-Atallah. Justin thinks he can still do a job in the middle of the park.
Background image: 'An Unnecessary and Excessive Display of Celebration', 2019, by Juno Calypso. Courtesy of the artist and OOF Magazine.