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ART MOSH LONDON VIP Private View: 6-7pm Thursday 25th November 2010 at A Foundation

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Nixon ART MOSH is a melting pot of some of the freshest talent in contemporary art and music. It is a series of one-night only Pop Up exhibitions showcasing international artists, designers, photographers and musicians. After the success of the Paris and New York events, ART MOSH pop up again in London for one night only.

Artists exhibiting;


Music provided by; Liam Bailey (Polydor Records), Ashley Beedle (Dark Star/ Mavis Project), Andy Bell (Beady Eye), Arveene (Bang Gang/ Plant), Jamie Skillz (MonoChrome), J Saintil and Clash Magazine DJs.

VIP Private view: 6-7pm. Art Mosh until 10pm Venue: A Foundation, Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2
More Details:www.artmosh.com/



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