Underground 2016 took over Hoxton Arches, 402 Cremer street with a bang on the 29th September and is open daily until 4th October 2016 . The GS team have been working hard to bring you a diverse array of artwork from all around the world inside the gallery setting… and also out on the streets of Shoreditch.
Check out Nils Westergard’s new wall in the middle of Hanbury street, Shoreditch. The artist travelled from Richmond, USA down to London for Underground 2016 and painted a female in grey gradients in his signature style.
The artworks by Nils Westergard, and other participating artists for Underground 2016 can be found via the high-resolution PDF here, or the mobile friendly low-resolution here.
Underground 2016 Urban art group show can be found at Hoxton Arches, 402 Cremer street and is open daily until 4th October 2016 .
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