‘Manorism’ Exhibition in Warehouse In Manor House

For this weekend only Pablo Fiasco reverts to type and dusts off his trusty typewriter in order to take part in curating and showing of his work at this event, entitled ‘Manorism’, which is an exhibition of street art taking place in, on and around a large warehouse space in Manor House, North London. The show features artists from all around the globe including Canada, Mexico, Spain, the Democratic Republic of Congo, America and the UK, who have created a series of pieces for the walls of the warehouse especially for this exhibition. Its only open to the public from April 3rd – 5th so if you want to go, head over while you can.

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Superb small scale oil paintings from local artist Katie Johnston, these are dotted about the whole show, she was working on a nose when we passed by today and this little gem can be found on the outside entrance to the show, easy to miss, so keep your eyes peeled for them.

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Entrance to a warehouse full of street art.

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Delightful work from stencil artist Dotmaster. 

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Detail of Dotmaster’s work.

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Detail of Dotmaster’s work.

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‘Rude Kids’ stencil from Dotmaster.

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Warehouse wall full of art.

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Work from Pablo Fiasco.

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Work from Pablo Fiasco.

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Work from Pablo Fiasco.

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Collaboration from Pablo Fiasco & Dotmaster.

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Stencil work from Dazzle.

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Striking work from Cedoux Kadima from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Work from Mary Yacoob.

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Large walls filled with works from Boxhead & MNKY.

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Colourful work from Boxhead.

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Superb and large work from UK artist MNKY.

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Excellent work from REQ.

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Work from FiST.

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Graffiti from Vinnie Nylon

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Work from Goodchild.

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Collaboration between Piablo Fiasco & Dazzle of Anne Frank.

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Superb stencil work from Mexican artists Lapiztola Stencil.

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6 comments on “‘Manorism’ Exhibition in Warehouse In Manor House

    • Well, all the pieces in the show and displayed here were painted directly on to the walls of the warehouse. Therefore these pieces are not for sale, but you can always try to contact the artists via their website or Facebook and inquire as to whether they would duplicate their works from the show for a commision.

    • There was also a gallery with several pieces for sale by many of the artists. If you are interested in buying any of the artists work I can put you in touch with them.

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