A veritable feast of creative talent under one roof, Art Mosh – the innovative cross-pollinatory creative project from watch-giant Nixon – is set to make its way to Paris for one night only this week.
Bringing together a whole host of up-and-coming creatives from the worlds of painting, photography, design, sculpture, music and street art, the project – curated by Paddy Barstow of design agency Six18 and supported by , and none other than Wallpaper* - will take residence in the on the 26th of September.
Showcasing work from a cherry-picked selection of international artists including modernism-inspired, large-format photographs from Benedict Redgrove; transcendental sketches from Italian artist Emmanuele Sferruzza Moszkowicz and ambitious street art from South African troupe, Faith 47 – Art Mosh is all set to break the glass ceiling for a new generation of creative names.
The temporary exhibition will be accompanied by live music from pioneering names in dance music alongside local and international djs, whilst liquid inspiration will come from Czech vodka maestros.
An invitation-only, one-night-only exclusive – the latest instalment of the Art Mosh world tour will no doubt provide ample opportunity for a little inter-art world networking and some out of hours creative activity to boot.
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