Oct 14th - Mark Vessey’s House Party

Join us at Enter Gallery on Friday October 14th for a good old-fashioned house party, courtesy of Brighton photographer, Mark Vessey.

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We’re hosting this shindig to celebrate the release of Vessey’s latest c-type photography print, House – a piece that honours the world of house music.

House Small Mother Piece by Mark Vessey | Enter Gallery


In today’s blog, we’re taking a closer look at this new artwork, and revealing details of how you can get on the guestlist for the party of the year…

Party Time

House is the latest in Vessey’s enormously-popular Collections series, in which he explores the simple aesthetic beauty of personal collections, whether that be records, books or bottles. Vessey explains:

"My work is about trying to establish a sense of order. There is comfort in collecting things, studying things that people take for granted, grouping everyday objects in such a way that they become something special, seeing how they fit together to become a thing of great beauty."

In House, Vessey brings together dancefloor fillers sure to get those hands in the air, including tracks from the likes of Robin S, Todd Terry and Adamski.


Norman Small Mother Piece by Mark Vessey | Enter Gallery


If your name’s not down…

Join us on the night to meet Vessey, and to experience this new piece for yourself. The 'Mother' piece will be on display alongside a number of other artworks from his Collections series, including Norman and Glastonbury.

Glastonbury Large Mother Piece by Mark Vessey | Enter Gallery

On the decks

There will be drinks on arrival and the festivities will of course be accompanied by a soundtrack of house music classics.

Providing a suitable soundtrack for the evening is local DJ, Billy Nasty. A stalwart of the UK dance music scene for over 30 years, Nasty is one of the pioneers of original 90s progressive house, the owner of electro labels Tortured and Electrix, and the proprietor of Kemp Town record shop, The Vinyl Curtain.

Right Here, Right Now

We're sure Vessey's House Party will be a repeat of the artist's show with us to celebrate his Norman piece. With Fatboy on the decks, and revellers spilling out onto Bond Street, this night was one to remember. 


RSVP here to secure your place on the guestlist.