Artwork allegedly by Thom Yorke and Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood is set to be exhibited.
Held in Barcelona from November 23 to December 16, the exhibition is entitled ‘Stanley Donwood & Dr. Tchock: Paintings, Etc.’.
Although not confirmed by Yorke, it is commonly held that ‘Dr. Tchock’ is in fact a pseudonym of the Radiohead frontman. Other pseudonyms believed to have been used by Yorke for artwork purposes include ’Tchocky’ and ’The White Chocolate Farm’.
The exhibition will feature artwork from the Radiohead albums‘Kid A’, ‘Amnesiac’ and ‘Hail To The Thief’, among other pieces.
The paintings, created between 1999 and 2005, are accompanied by the publication of a full-colour book entitled ‘Dead Children Playing: A Picture Book’.
The exhibition is held at Iguapop Gallery in Barcelona. More information can be found on Stanley Donwood’s website, Slowly Downward.