Alt-J And Bombay Bicycle Club Members To Display Artwork In New Exhibition | Music News

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Alt-J And Bombay Bicycle Club Members To Display Artwork In New Exhibition | Music News

 

Members of Alt-J and Bombay Bicycle Club are due to showcase work at a new art exhibition. The exhibition will be free-entry and run at London’s A-Side B-Side Gallery from August 7 – 11, and will feature artwork from Alt-J’s Thom Green and Bombay Bicycle Club’s Ed Nash. It will also include work from Gengahr bassist Hugh Schulte and Slaves’ Laurie Vincent.

 

Schulte said, of the exhibition, “Ed and I went to college together so it’s something we have been thinking about doing for a while. I’m also a massive fan of Thom and Laurie’s art and felt it was too much of a lovely coincidence that I have gotten to know all these guys who paint alongside their musical careers. I feel their work is under acknowledged and after a few late night conversations we all agreed it’d be a really nice thing to do. I’m looking forward to their artwork being centre stage for a week“.

 

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My name is kira and I study Media and Communications. I live in the beautiful and wonderfully diverse city of Brighton. I've loved writing since a young child when I would write poems about my goldfish and leaves I found on the floor. (I'm hoping my writing style has slightly progressed since then!) I love listening to live music and try to go to as many gigs as possible. Follow my social media if you want to know more!
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