French artists Bom.k hits the streets of London
French artist and DMV crew member Bom.k took to the streets of East London yesterday, beginning work on a new mural located on Pedley Street off Brick Lane. It's been a few years since we have seen work up on the streets of London from this talented French artist, it was back in 2012 when he collaborated with artist Liliwenn on a fun hyper realistic mural on Hanbury Street (covered here).
The French artists is back in town ahead of his first London solo show, which will see him present a collection of new paintings and sketches. The exhibition titled L'imprevisible Imaginative, is set to give us a powerful look into the various subjects Bom.K experiment with as an artist and will offer viewers a glimpse into the mysteries behind his unique vision. The exhibition is presented by MYA and Suben Art Management exclusively for the visitors of the Moniker Art Fair 2015.
The opening reception for the exhibition will take place on Thursday, October 15th at the launch of Moniker Art Fair. Please note this is a ticketed event, to attend RSVP is required.
RSVP to the opening reception: Rsvp@myagallery.com
The Moniker Art Fair launched Thursday 15th October and will run over the weekend, closing it's door on Sunday evening the 18th October, tickets for the fair are available from the official Moniker Art Fairs website here. You will find Bom.k's L'imprevisible Imaginative exhibition located at Stand #3 within the art fair. Stay tuned for progress updates on this new mural work.
After working for 4 days non-stop Bom.k finished this impressive mural, check out the completed work below.
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