Arthouse scratches the surface of skate culture

While in the Hoxton area, we scooted along to the Arthouse, 168 Pitfield Street, London, N1 for A Surface In Between, a group exhibition of ‘skate culture’ (oxymoron, ed?) that runs until Friday 7 June.

Not being baggy-trousered ourselves, we left it to more foolhardy souls to catch the truly suicidal half-pipe-cum-ramp combo.

On a graphic tip, Pete Fowler’s slick, cartoonish, flying skull motifs (pictured) got the most shouts from the handful of London’s skaters who are old enough to be allowed out past 8.30pm. Check it, aiii.

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