StreetFans — A Street Art Exhibition at the London Fan Museum



Calling all Street Art Fans!! Following a successful crowdfunding campaign, South London’s Fan Museum presents Street Fans: A Unique Liaison between Street Art and Fan Making. The exhibition opened on 19th September 2017 and is a project which was jointly conceived and organised by The Fan Museum along with Paris-based street artist Codex Urbanus. Together they enlisted the help of an international cast of some 30 street artists pairing them up with fan maker extraordinaire, Sylvain Le Guen in a bid to reinvigorate the craft of fan making.

Hookedblog headed south earlier in the week to visit the Fan Museum and have a look at some of the designs created by the participating street artists along with Le Gun. The Fan Museum is located just a short walk from Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich DLR station with the StreetFans exhibition held on the second floor within the beautiful grade II listed houses built in 1721 which the Museum occupies.



Close up detail of artist Dale Grimshaw's two striking artworks.






Participating street artists

Levalet, Ender, Philippe Herard, Sr. X, C215 (Previously on Hookedblog), Dale Grimshaw (Previously on Hookedblog), Lily Mixe (Previously on Hookedblog), RUN (Previously on Hookedblog), Louis Masai (Previously on Hookedblog), Guy Denning, Butch Attai, Jean Faucheur, Mosko, Skeleton Cardboard, Zabou, Otto Schade, Nosbe, Captain Kris, Jordane Saget, Codex Urbanus, Artista, Pure Evil (Previously on Hookedblog), Annatomix, Jerome Mesnager, Ben Oakley, Himbad, Zokatos, Nathan Bowen and Jonesy.



Jacob Moss, Curator of The Fan Museum was at the museum during our visit and of this new exhibition he said:

“Street art has achieved global recognition and the artists participating in this project each bring a unique and potentially transformative perspective to the craft of fan making. Their unconventional, sometimes rebellious designs have prompted Le Guen, arguably Europe’s leading contemporary fan maker, to work in similarly imaginative ways. The exhibition promises a visual spectacle not to be missed.”









The London based French street artist Lily Mixe.' artwork is pictured above.



Close up detail of the work of London based street artist Skeleton Cardboard, one of two fans the artist has on show in the exhibition.



Fan artwork from French street artist Codex Urbanus, who worked with the Museum to make the show happpen.





London based street artists Pure Evil's fan for the exhibition.

Location of The Fan Museum

The Fan Museum is just a short walk from Greenwich overground / DLR station and Greenwich Cutty Sark DLR.

Address:
The Fan Museum, 12 Crooms Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8ER

Museum Opening Times:
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
The StreetFan exhibition runs until the 31st December 2017.

The Fan Museum on Instagram — @thefanmuseum
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Related Stories:
Wonderful Walthamstow Mural by Italian Street Artist RUN.
Dale Grimshaw Mural on Hanbury Street, London.

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