Art Mosh Hits London

Courtesy of Nixon
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Art Mosh is set to hit London on November 25th, with a series of pop up exhibitions.

Hosted by Nixon, Art Mosh is a new guerilla art exhibition which has been travelling across the world. Previous events have taken place in Paris and New York with Nixon set to bring Art Mosh to London.

A strictly one off event, Art Mosh takes place on November 25th. The exhibition will pop up at the A Foundation in Shoreditch, a former Victorian school converted into an imposing gallery in the heart of the contemporary art world.

Launched in 2007, Art Mosh finally comes to London - one of the truly vital centres of modern European art. Featuring an abundance of talent, the one day event will host a series of exhibitions.

Emerging British artist Richie Culver will be exhibiting with high profile London based illustrator Sophie Stevens, launching his new project 'Monsters'. A gruesome children's game with a twist, the exhibition features body parts crafted by Eliot Sumner of I Blame Coco and Robbie Furze of The Big Pink, amongst others.

Elsewhere, Tomomi Sayuda’s interactive installation, ‘iBum 100’ is a contemporary, tongue in cheek reinterpretation of Yoko Ono’s “Film Number 4 (Bottoms)” while Dublin born film maker Niall O'Brien brings a series of new and previously unseen prints to London.

Art Mosh brings together exciting new talent with some hugely respected artists, in a one day celebration of creativity. The London event will include music from Liam Bailey, former Oasis guitarist Andy Bell and house don Ashley Beedle.

Elsewhere, London based producer J Saintil will appear, while Jamie Skillz of MonoChrome will put down his paintbrush just long enough to fire up the turntables.

Brought to you by Nixon, Art Mosh takes place in A Foundation, London on November 25th.

Clash has 5 pairs of VIP tickets for Nixon's Art Mosh event, email comps@clashmusic.com with 'Yes To Art Mosh' as the subject line to grab a pair.

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