On Thursday the 8th of March (International Woman's Day) a crowd of art lovers filled Oxford Street's Gallery 64a to experience The First Extricate Print Fair.
Work by more than 20 artists were featured in the show including; Emma Coleman, Tinsel Edwards, Cedar Lewisohn, Guy Allot, Frank Auerbach, Vanessa Winch, Jasper Joffe, Raksha Patel, John Moore's Prize Winner Jock McFadyen (RA), Turner Prize winner Gillian Wearing, and Saddie Hennessy. As well as musician turned artist Horace Panter (who designed the legendary 2-Tone logo and is bass player with The Specials), Peter Harris & Lee "Scratch" Perry, and James Johnston (ex Gallon Drunk and Bad Seed who currently tours with P.J. Harvey).
Ambitious art world outsider / desperado Jo Mama gave her framed prints free of charge to the first 20 people through the doors. Visitors also got to enjoy a free bar and a 5 song set from the amazing Sukie Smith of the band Madam.