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Artist Tom Jones-Berney’s first solo exhibition of his colourful East London scenes and other works begins next month at Long White Cloud in Shoreditch. This series captures the heart of Hackney and beyond in the artist’s distinct and vibrant style.
The project is special in that it hones in on the nitty-gritty details unique to East London; a graffiti-ridden Regent’s Canal snaking beneath the copper-tinged silhouette of Bethnal Green gas holders, and the hustle and bustle of Spitalfields as it spills out onto the cobbles of Brick Lane. Special focus is given to the colourful and characterful establishments peppered along Stoke Newington’s Church Street, an area the artist is particularly fond of.
Tom will also be unveiling a handful of new and never-before-seen art works depicting the surrounding area of East London in which the Long White Cloud café and gallery resides.
SHOW LISTINGS INFO:
WHAT: Tom Jones-Berney // East London Scenes
Open to public – Monday 9th May – Sunday 19th June
TIME: Daily 7am-7pm
WHERE: Long White Cloud, 151 Hackney Road, Hoxton, E2 8JL Long White Cloud Hoxton
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