Magnificent New Mural on Hanbury Street by artist Dale Grimshaw
North London based artist Dale Grimshaw returns to East London’s Hanbury Street to paint a magnificent new mural at this popular street art hotspot. It’s almost a year since we last caught up with Grimshaw, back when he painted a mural on the very same Hanbury Street wall back in March 2016 (Previously on Hookedblog).
Since then Grimshaw has been working away from the streets in his studio on an all new body of works for his upcoming solo show with East London Gallery Well Hung on Hoxton Street. We unfortunately missed Grimshaw in September 2016 as we were traveling most of that month, when he took a studio break to take on the large scale wall space of Village Underground with another mural. But Hookedblog were on the streets of London and caught up with Dale at work on this new mural which was completed over three days this week. Have a look at our series of photos below of Dale's new mural which sees him again choosing to focus on the People of Papua New Guinea.
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With the mural almost complete, Dale steps back to check the work.
Dale Grimshaw's Pride and Prejudice Exhibition
Exhibition opens Thursday 23rd March with a private view from 6pm until 9.30pm.
Dates: Exhibitions runs from 23rd March until the 29th April.
Location: Well Hung Gallery, 239 Hoxton Street, London, N1 5LG.
Nearest Station: Hoxton Overground / Old Street
Dale Grimshaw's completed mural on Hanbury Street just of Brick Lane, London.
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