Exhibitions

6 Weeks To Eternity

“As the school bell rang out for the final time of the year, a mass exodus of kids, high on the prospects of the coming weeks of freedom, away from the drudgery of homework, learning and exams. We filed out of school, blinking into the bright sunshine and the dawn of the promised land. A whole six weeks of doing everything and nothing. We were about to be cast off from the shackles of authority and parental guidance and sent onto the streets. We...
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Like The Steel Mills of Your Mind - A Brief McKee Retrospective

A Month of Sundays Gallery are pleased to announce details of our first ‘10 years of McKee’ events. On Saturday 14 February we will be opening ‘Like The Steel Mills of Your Mind’ a brief McKee retrospective. The exhibition is a look back at some of Pete’s favourite and unseen works from the last 10 years as an artist. The exhibition will display some of the milestones in Pete’s career as an artist so far including his first ever painting, first...
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10 Now and Then by Pete McKee

There is just over a week to go till the launch of Pete’s latest collection ’10 Now and Then’. To celebrate Pete’s 10th year as an artist he has recreated 10 of his favourite images as very limited edition screen prints. Each has had a McKee face lift and all have been hand printed by B and B gallery in Pete’s home city of Sheffield. Each print has been produced on a different paper making each edition unique. One of...
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Thud, Crackle, Pop On Tour November 2014

We are delighted to announce that Pete McKee will take his hugely successful ‘Thud, Crackle, Pop!’ exhibition on a Northern tour this November, following the launch in London’s earlier this year. As with the launch event, each location on the tour will be transformed into a record shop with original pieces, LP prints and special one-off editions added to the mix, making each exhibition unique. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to browse the art as they would ‘digging’...
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Nostalgia (Ain't What It Used To Be) - A New Exhibition by Horace Panter

A Month of Sundays is proud to announce the launch of ‘Nostalgia (Ain’t What It Used To Be)’, a new exhibition from Horace Panter and his first in Sheffield, in September 2014. Born in Croydon in 1953, Horace graduated with a degree in Fine Art from Coventry’s ‘Lanchester Polytechnic’ in 1975. It was there that he met Jerry Dammers and together they formed The Specials, a band that went on to become one of the most defining British bands of...
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King Of The Hills

To celebrate the worlds most famous cycle race coming to Yorkshire in just a few weeks time, Pete has created a new series of work to celebrate Yorkshire and two wheels. The ‘King of the Hills’ collection features two new McKee prints, a cycling, a LTD edition bottle of Henderson’s Relish and a very special one off hand painted road bike made by Sheffield based bike manufacture Planet X. “As a lover of all sport i'm really excited about Le...
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Thud, Crackle, Pop - A New Exhibition

Huge crowds turn up to dig through the record racks at Pete’s latest exhibition. This weekend saw the launch of Pete’s latest exhibition ‘Thud, Crackle, Pop’ held at 37 Kingsway in London. The exhibition space was transformed into a record store where visitors flicked through the racks to find new, old and rare McKee work all printed in LP format. The exhibition was held for two days only, 23 - 24 May. Most of the work had sold out by...
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The Joy Of Sheff

May 2013 saw the opening of ‘The Joy of Sheff’ exhibition, a one-day only event that drew 3000 visitors to the Blue Shed in Sheffield. Over 700 of those arrived via the 2p bus ride, an original 1960s bus that ran from the city centre to the exhibition and proved hugely popular throughout the day. Pete’s most successful exhibition to date was a celebration of all things Sheffield and those who live there, young and old, past and present; ‘Sheffielders...
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Teenage Kicks Tokyo 2010

2010 saw Team McKee traveling to Tokyo to exhibit ‘Teenage Kicks’, a show at Paul Smith’s flagship store in the city. Pete was approached by Sir Paul to collaborate on an exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the brand in Japan and the inextricable link between music and fashion. The show featured paintings exploring musical subcultures and those that follow them- from goths to punks to teddy boys. Coiffed quiffs, winklepickers, mini-skirts and mopeds- the style statements that defined a...
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Great Moments In Popular Music

The ‘Great Moments in Popular Music’ exhibition was held at Snap Galleries in London in 2011. The show was a look back at the moments in rock ‘n’ roll that made history, shaped our lives and spawned hundreds of bands. An often wry, sometimes poignant retelling of music legends, the work featured vinyl Gods and Goddesses alongside fervent fans and radio icons like John Peel. Pete captured the clothes, the hairstyles, the hours spent alone listening to records in bedrooms...
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22 Views Of Sheffield

Pete McKee’s ’22 Views of Sheffield’ exhibition was a show for his home city and those who grew up and live there. The paintings featured classic Sheffield landmarks from the Hole in the Road to Upstairs at Harringtons and was a celebration of Sheffield past and present. Pete was delighted to display the show at city centre bar and venue, The Bowery- ‘I'm a great believer in exhibiting my art in places where you can buy beer and the chance...
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