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Art Below presents Art of Angel at Candid Art Trust Thursday 19th January 2012


19th – 22nd January 2012

Following on from the success of ‘Art Below Regents Park’ during ‘Frieze season’ just 12 weeks ago, ArtBelow are presenting ‘Art of Angel’, a transformation of the Angel Tube Station concourse into a public art gallery for the whole of this month.

Billboard space normally used for advertising is now featuring a mix of urban and contemporary art with a diverse range of techniques and influences by artists from around the globe.

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On the 19th January they are launching a 4 day exhibition of the artists original work at The Candid Arts Trust, Victorian warehouse with over 6,500 sq ft of exhibition space, located directly behind Angel station, and just 5 minutes walk from The London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre (18 – 22nd Jan)

Throughout the 4 day exhibition they will stage ‘live painting performances’ on a large scale by acclaimed artists including Inkie, Johan Andersson, and Johan Wahlstrom, giving visitors an intriguing insight into the creative process and techniques that shape their work.

As well as photography and painting there will also be sculptural work by Schoony and Art Wars, and projected video work by Eleanor Lindsay Fynn and Open Prize winner Sidsel Christensen represented by The Open Gallery.

Johan Andersson , Terrence Arpino , Jonny Briggs , Sidsel Christensen ,Charlotte Cory ,Natalia Davis ,Mario Denotti ,Bruno Falcao ,David Anthony Hall ,Sarah Harris , Lee Holland , Lora Hristova , Inkie , Philip Levine ,Eleanor Lindsay Fynn , Sarah Maple ,Mark McEvoy , Jasmina Metwaly , Fran Morris ,Shaheen Patel , Sara Richard , Schoony , Carmen Sorrenti ,Julie Umerle , Julie Verhoeven ,Art Wars , Edmun Ward ,Johan Wahlstrom ,Everton Wright



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