27 September 2017
Art Below are featuring the work of 28 international artists across billboard space at Regent’s Park tube station for 4 weeks starting 25th September.
9 February 2017
Art Below the London-based organisation that curates artist-designed posters in tube stations, billboards as well as gallery exhibitions launches their first billboard event in Grand Union Station, Los Angeles. This February the organisation headed by Ben Moore will feature work by 28 UK and US-based emerging and established artists. Artlyst will again be a media partner for this engaging project.
25 October 2016
This exhibition curated by Ben Moore, marks the 10th Anniversary of Art Below.
Art Below, now in it’s 10th year, presents its 2016 annual Summer Show featuring a variety of work by a selection of emerging and established international artists. The Summer Show will open with a Private view launch event on the 28th June at the Tabernacle Gallery in Notting Hill, West London. For two weeks in the run up and […]
Art Below will feature the work of an eclectic group of 3 artists at The Other Art Fair at Victoria House, Holborn, London this April – London based photographer, Noah Da Costa, Award winning RCA painter Amanda Wigglesworth, and ‘X Ray artist’ Ernesto Romano from Venice, Italy. Selected works will go on display across billboard space […]
Art Below, the London based promoter/curators who are known for putting emerging art on the Underground, in the form of posters, has returned to New Orleans just in time for Mardi Gras. This Artlyst sponsored event is designed to give maximum exposure to a new lot of young artists, during the Big Easy’s busiest season. Throughout […]
This October Art Below are showcasing the work of 20 international artists across billboard space at Regent’s Park underground station. This will be the fifth year running that we host ‘Art Below Regent’s Park’ which coincides with Frieze Art Fair situated right beside Regent’s Park tube. The artists work will also be on show at […]
Artlyst was at the opening of the exhibition ‘Stations Of The Cross’ in Marylebone Parish Church, the historic 200 year old church designed by Thomas Hardwick, featuring the work of 20 London based artists depicting the Passion of Christ. It is the second ‘Stations Of The Cross’ exhibition curated by Ben Moore in support of […]
Artist and curator Ben Moore will carry an 8 foot tall wooden cross 8 miles from Barons Court across Hyde Park to St.Marylebone parish Church where it will be installed for the exhibition Stations of the Cross. The performance titled ‘Crossing Over’ will be filmed and presented as a piece of video art in the […]
Art Below will be presenting an exhibition of 20 established and emerging artists depicting representations of the Passion of Christ in London’s St.Marylebone’s Parish Church for 40 days, in support of the Missing Tom Fund. The works will also be on display to the public on billboard space across major London Underground Stations. JOHAN […]
Art Below are presenting their annual ‘Art of Angel’ exhibition which showcases a selection of outstanding international artists work on billboard space throughout Angel tube station for 2 weeks this January. On the 16th January Art Below are launching a 3 day exhibition of the artists original work at The Candid Arts Trust, a Victorian […]
The BP Portrait award nominated, Swedish artist, Johan Andersson has produced an oil painting featuring a topless Angelina Jolie. The image has today been unveiled for the first time on the Art Below website. Andersson who has made a name for himself through highly aestheticised portraits of Amy Winehouse and Muammar Gaddaffi says ‘My Mother […]
As we celebrate 150 years of the London Underground there is no better time to be a part of Art Below’s exciting program of art on the underground.This February is a VIP month in London’s cultural calendar with some of the biggest events across music, film and fashion taking place, such as the BAFTA’s, the […]
From 26th November Art Below will be showcasing selected works from the AKA Peace series on the London Underground. ‘AKA Peace’ originally conceived by photographer Bran Symondson and now curated by artist Jake Chapman, is an exhibition of new works made specially for The Peace One Day Project 2012, bringing together some of the most […]
A new exhibition of emerging artists work has been mounted at London’s Gallery Different, in trendy Fitzrovia. It includes as its centrepiece the iconic “peace plinths”. The installation was originally displayed on the pavement next to the grassed part of the square, where protesters were evicted in July 2010. Taking center stage of the week […]
For the first time since their removal from Parliament Square the 2 ‘Peace Plinths’ will be re-united and unveiled as the centre piece of Art Below’s ‘Peace Project’ opening to the public at London’s Gallery Different (Off Tottenham Court Road) on 12th October for one week. This exhibition features the work of celebrated artists including […]
ART BELOW TO UNVEIL LONDON PEACE PLINTH IN LOS ANGELES Art Below are proud to announce that the ‘Plinth of Peace’, which stood on London’s Parliament Square since 2009 is now on its way to Los Angeles to be unveiled at the opening night of The BritWeek “ Britweek’s mission is to create greater awareness […]
Art Below Pimlico exhibition London 15 March 2012 Following on from the success of ‘Art of Angel’ during the London Art Fair just 6 weeks ago, Art Below are presenting ‘Art Below Pimlico’, which sees the transformation of a Victoria line platform at Pimlico Tube Station into a public art gallery for 2 weeks starting […]
20 emerging artist billboards pop up at Mardi Gras Art Below has just announced their first ‘pop up’ billboard show in America, running throughout February in New Orleans, bringing local and international artists together and enhancing the city’s unique cityscape with even more color during the most festive time of the year, Mardi Gras. Billboard […]
Exhibition showcases emerging art during The London Art Fair – Hurry Entry closes 19 December For the month of January Art Below will be transforming Angel Tube station’s concourse into a public gallery space. Artists of all creative backgrounds and nationalities are invited to enter their work. The ‘Art of Angel’ exhibition has been planned […]