SEE LONDON AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE in a stunning new exhibition on London's famous South Bank, in the heart of the capital...
Enjoy The Oxo Tower made out of Oxo cubes, dazzling neon and L.E.D light installations mimicking the flow of the Thames; delicate paper sculptures; wafer-thin aluminium prints; stunningly colourful abstract landscapes, spectacular photography, even bottled London smells!
Five of London’s most exciting artists promise a spectacularly diverse and unique collection of modern art inspired by the vibrant personality & ever-changing landscape of the world’s most dynamic city. Plus, some exciting opportunities to win some unique art and special London treats.
Are you a real Londoner? Do you have a London-related name: Albert Bridge. Brent Cross. Victoria Park. Georgina Richmond... Are you out there? Come and see us and you could win some luxury London treats.
Get your hands on our exclusive ArtCans, created especially for the event. Can you win one? Yes you can! Give us a toy or a crisp fiver and it’s yours, with donations heading to Radio Lollipop, a fantastic children’s charity at Great Ormond Street Hospital, where one of our artists volunteers.
After the huge success of last year's exhibition, attended by more than 4,500 art lovers and collectors, the artists from South London’s Urban Soup collective can’t wait to return to the South Bank. The group live within 10 miles of each other, yet they see their surroundings in incredibly different ways. We look forward to showing you how at gallery@oxo this August.
Five Artists One Amazing City.
This year’s artists are:
LoveJordan, the much sought-after duo who caused quite a stir with their sell-out shows in London and New York. (LoveJordan.net)
Susan Bunn, shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. (Susanbunn.co.uk)
Michael Wallner, a former television producer who has exhibited world-wide including New York, Singapore, and Milan. (michaelwallner.co.uk)
Tom Cox, an exciting young artist tipped as ‘one to watch’ by the Evening Standard. (tomcoxstudio.com)
Munleen Sibia, a former county tennis player whose work has been featured in Vogue’s ‘World of Interiors’ and by Time Out. (artbymuns.com)
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About Urban Soup: Urban Soup is a collective of artists from London’s community of self-funded art communities including Wimbledon Art Studios, Delta Studios and MakeSpace Studios. This the group’s third London exhibition. They have exhibited and sold all over the world including Britain, Singapore, Hong Kong, America, Europe, and the Middle East. Past exhibitions include the Affordable Art Fair (London, New York, Singapore, Milan), Context Miami, The Other Art Fair, Art For Youth, the Talented Art Fair, and Focus LDN.