Street art goes underground in Soho
This season, DISCO nightclub in Soho, will host an innovative series of pop-up street art, runing for six weeks, throughout fashion week in February, and continuing into March. It will see the works of a new artist showcased each week, in the form of a full club takeover, displayed as temporary, floor to ceiling murals, throughout the clubs mirrored walls.
The exhibition will in many ways be reflective of the style of urban art and political graffiti that was prominent in Manhattan, during the disco movement, such as the works of Keith Haring, which we have actually based a lot of DISCO’s more permanent design features and wall murals on.’ ensure an unforgettable musical and visual feast for everyone that visits the ever-evolving back to the exhibition.
The talented team that will be taking part in this urban project, curated by DISCO Marketing & Membership Manager, Charlie Herman, an artist in his own right, will range from fashion illustrators, to portrait artists, and even a cake designer. Artists include: Zoe Neilson, Outside London Collective, Dan Jamieson, Tommy Pang, and Steph Parker
The last day of the exhibition, Friday 7th March 2014, will see agrand finale and photography showcase were guests will get to see the unified works of the group and have a chance to speak with each of the individual artists, along with a selection of other urban expertise, talented trend setters and bright young things.
DISCO, 13 Kingly Court, London, W1B 5PW
Tel: 020 7299 1222
Open: Friday– Saturday, 11.00pm – 3.30am
Entry: £10 before 12am, £20 thereafter