BRIXTON STREET GALLERY by SQUIRE & PARTNERS

September 25, 2015

LAUNCH OF THE BRIXTON STREET GALLERY

We are very excited to announce the launch of Brixton Street Gallery, an exhibition of ten supersized canvases featuring works by local Brixton artists which draw on the unique culture and heritage of the area.

The exhibition is presented on the facades and pavement of the former Bon Marche department store on Ferndale Road, and is one of the headline events for Brixton Design Trail.

The eclectic mix of artworks includes the launch of Connect Brixton by the ‘Patron Saints of Print’ Eley Kishimoto, plus painting, graphics, mosaics, photography and murals.

Devised and curated by architects Squire and Partners, who are currently refurbishing the building as their new creative studio and offices, the Street Gallery showcases the creative talents of people living and working in Brixton, and provides a free exhibition for the local community.

The Brixton Street Gallery will be on display from Friday 18 to Sunday 27 September, as part of a series of events and installations for Brixton Design Trail and the London Design Festival.

The artworks comprise:

Hope by Azarra Amoy

Feral.Adorned by Matt Crump

Connect Brixton by Eley Kishimoto

The Lost Roses of Brixton by Squire and Partners architects

The Angel of the South by Abe Odedina

Brixton Pound by This Ain’t Rock’n’Roll

Far Future Brixton by Kaylene Alder

The Guitarist by Juan is Dead

Lambeth’s Cyanotype by Photofusion with Lucy Goodwin

Mural for Brixton by Evelyn Grace Academy

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