The Notting Hill Exhibition Launched in Support of Peace One Day.

ToniGallagher Westbank Gallery Wall
ToniGallagher Westbank Gallery Wall

As part of the UN international Peace Day, a collective of artists from Debut Contemporary are collaborating with twenty retail outlets, restaurants and stores in London’s Notting Hill for a special exhibition. The initiative supports the Peace One Day movement and comprises of 40 works of art at several locations. The artists commenced their impressions of peace yesterday. The instigator of this initiative is ‪Natalie Bruyns of KIAAE Ltd. The exhibition is a creative idea taking the artists out of the traditional gallery space, giving them a fantastic opportunity to showcase work in alternative surroundings.

Each store was picked for either their clientele or locations in prime intersections where the general public would see the art. The idea of window displays is a creative way to really catch the attention of the public – putting the notion of ‘peace’ in the minds of customers and local pedestrians in this culturally rich and vibrant part of west London.

The following displays will be up for one week:

Junko O’Neill @ CRANES on Body Works West Windows, 11 Lambton Place, W11

Damilola Odusote @ Bloody French 147 Westbourne Grove, W11

Toni Gallagher @ PEACE WALL , Westbank Gallery 133-137 Westbourne Grove, W11

Elizabeth James @ PEACE SIGNS, Illy 118 Westbourne Grove, W11and R.S Curie

Qing Qi @ DOVES, Debut Contemporary, 82 Westbourne Grove, W2

Caroline Kha @ DOVES, Kell Skott 93 Golborne Road, London, W10 5NL

Caroline Kha @ DOVES, Bee.Me 251 Portobello, W11

Qing Qi@ DOVES, Pesheria Mattiucci 8 Blenheim Cresent, W11

Work also features at the following  locations:

Emily Kirby @ Casa Nova Chocolates 140 Portobello, W11

Nilwe @ The Grocer on Elgin, 6 Elgin Crescent, w11

Nats  @ MAY 61 Lancaster Road

Nicola Taylor @ Pesheria Mattiucci

Phaedra Peer @ 80 West, W11

Artist Junko ONeill, window work
Artist Junko ONeill, window work

For all other information please visit www.thenottinghillexhibition.com

Photography courtesy of Anne Vinogradoff

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