Using the history of Greenwich Peninsula as his starting point, Cavolo has produced a series of brightly painted flags which permeate the gallery space, each hinting at the changing narrative of this distinct London borough.
Ricardo Cavolo is a Spanish painter and illustrator currently based in Brighton. His vibrant and bold creations are inspired by folk art, tattoos and people he sees on the street, resulting in a colourfully unique style.
Make your own flag in a workshop run by the artist himself and listen to a DJ set based around Cavolo’s recent Nobrow publication, 101 Artists To Listen To Before You Die, both of which will run alongside the installation throughout the day of the fete.
The Urban Village Fete will be held on Sunday 10th May and is free entry. Hope you can join us there!