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Squire and Partners Take Art To The Streets

Brixton Street Gallery is an inspiring new project by the creatives at Squire and Partners architects who rounded up local Brixton artists to show the unique art scene of the area. A former Bon Marche building and its facade serve as the canvas for this eye-catching project on Ferndale Road. The architects at Squire and Partners are currently renovating the building, which itself will become their new headquarters.

Nevertheless the street gallery was their idea to give additional space to local artists, and it also became part of the Brixton Design Trail.

Brixton Street Galley is on display from today till the 27th of September, it is part of a series of events for Brixton Design Trail as well as the London Design Festival.

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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

Address: 241-251 Ferndale Rd, London, Brixton, London, Greater London SW9 8BJ, United Kingdom

Images courtesy of Squire and Partners –

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