Just to let you know what our friends from NIXON are setting up next weekend in Munich:
The Nixon ART MOSH European tour landed in Munich for the first time on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th of February in partnership with ISPO and Factory Media.
This latest editon of Nixon ART MOSH took place in Munich Old Post Office a warehouse-style loft space, which was the perfect spot to discover some emerging talent from the German art scene and an eclectic mix of fine artists, graphic designers, photographers and illustrators. The creativity of the Nixon production team and artists, combined with an unusual venue, combined to transform this edgy venue into a 2-nights only art and music experience.
The philosophy of Nixon ART MOSH is to showcase contemporary artists in “Pop-Up” events in major cities. Munich ART MOSH not only brought together artists from South Africa, Spain, Germany, USA, Italy, UK, Belgium and Denmark, it also transcended the traditional barriers between different media, by exhibiting photography, painting, design, illustration and prints in an eclectic exhibition.
Nixon supports emerging and established talent in the fields of art and music, and unites artists and production team with the common goal of creating buzzy, energetic “Pop Up” exhibitions.
The show sponsored by ISPO featured artwork from the board sports world with work from Danny Burrows, Axel Pauporte, Mike Blablac and Yes represented by Romain de Marchis and JP Solberg.
Featured artists at ART MOSH Munich:
Richie Culver (UK) Kelsey Brooke ( UK) Niall O’Brian (UK) Alexander James (UK) Morgan Slade (LA) Yoskay Yamamoto (LA) Andrew Hem (LA) Faith 47 (South Africa) AKA Hornhead (UK) Neil Ayling (UK) Case ( Germany) Dan Baldwin (UK) Anton Unai (Germany) Jaybo Monk (Germany) Herakut (Germany) Pisa 73 (Germany) Stefan Strumbel (Germany) Wolfgang Krell (Germany) Andreas Muller (UK) Mike Blablac (US) Tomomi Sayuda (UK) Axel Pauporté (Belgium) Filtr (UK) Danny Burrows (UK) Yes (Switzerland) Alex Fasko (Italy) James Unsworth (UK) Moto 777 (Denmark) Sawdust (UK)