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Arcangel Surfware Installation from 12 December ;-)

Tenderbooks is pleased to announce a special window installation by Arcangel Surfware for the festive season. 

Arcangel Surfware will be showcasing a range of products in a totally new format - using the Tenderbooks shop front to advertise with an LED multi-screen display in the style of a real estate office window that will be illuminated by day and night.  

Featured products will include new items from Cory Arcangel’s currentmood series, which premiered in an eponymous exhibition at Lisson Gallery, London, in Summer 2016. A limited edition of three new Fidget Spinner sculptures by Arcangel, titled 3 Celebs Who Treat Their Fans Like Trash, 3 Celebs You Didnt Know Were Smokers, and 3 Celebs Who Were Born Rich –
priced at £11.95 each. 

Available in store just in time for the holidays are the best selling Fuck Negativity Slides and the classic White Logo Arcangel Surfware Tee. We also have on hand a range of Cory Arcangel’s printed matter including The Source Digest, a collection of an ongoing archival zine project of annotated computer source code as well as Cory’s artist’s book This is all so crazy everybody seems so famous and the 12” vinyl of 24 Dances for Electric Piano. Now is your chance to stock up! 

The window installation opens with drinks on Tuesday 12 December from 6pm until late.
We hope 2 c u there!

Arcangel Surfware is a non-aspirational lifestyle, software, and publishing company founded by artist Cory Arcangel in 2014.

Cory Arcangel (b. 1978, Buffalo, NY) is an artist and entrepreneur who lives in Stavanger, Norway and works in New York, who makes work in a wide range of media. He recently opened the touring two-person show, “Asymmetrical Response” with Olia Lialina which traveled to the Western Front in Vancouver, the Kitchen in New York, and Art Projects Ibiza in Ibiza. His work is included in many public collections, including the MoMA in New York, the Tate in London, Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie, and the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zürich.

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