On July 19th 2014, be at the crossroads of Charlotte Road and Rivington Street, EC2 to face ‘A Fete Worse Than Death’.
For one day only to mark the 20th Anniversary of the landmark event, kick-starting
an exhibition hosted by Red Gallery, Rivington Street, London EC2.
Exhibiton will continue until 31st July. Find out more →
by Darren Coffield
246 x 189 mm
260 pages, fully illustrated
ISBN 978 1780885 261
Published by Troubador
Short life and angry times of the man who made Damien Hirst look tame.Daily Mail
When art historians look back on the last decade of the 20th century, Joshua Compston’s name will be foremost.GQ Magazine
A beguiling and improbable revolutionary in the British art world.The Guardian
The form of the book, compiled rather than written, by Darren Coffield, Compston’s friend and one of the original artists he showed, mirrors his own chaotic lifestyle, lurching from one friendship or anecdote to the next. We are never given a clear picture — financial, temporal, emotional, artistic or otherwise — but are instead left to piece together the clues as in a booze-fuelled whodunit murder mystery. The Art Newspaper