The always interesting long thin East London space that is the Howard Griffin Gallery, over there hiding in plain sight on the main street, over there in Shoreditch, has evolved for the rest of the year, evolved in to the very colourful The Thierry Noir Museum. “The Thierry Noir Museum is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the art and life of artist Thierry Noir”. The French-born street artist surely doesn’t need much of an introduction, Thierry Noir‘s distinctive style and colour has been adorning walls all over the world for quite a years now, he surely doesn’t need (anymore) words here. A flying visit then, a flying visit and a shared flavour of what you can find in the gallery for the rest of the year…. The Howard Griffin Gallery is at 189 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6HU (sw)
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