Art Below Showcases 40 Outstanding Artists In Tube Stations

This month Art Below are showcasing the work of 40 outstanding international artists throughout Regent’s Park and Pimlico tube stations.  The artists work will also be on show as framed prints from the 21st – 30th October at the Framers Gallery located in fashionable Fitzrovia, in the heart of London’s media, art and design centre, conveniently situated a few minutes walk from Tottenham Court Rd station. “Do you liveButoh?” is the question you will not know the answer to until you experience it yourself.

On 30th October 2014, live Butoh unveils the official Launch and Private view to London. A special evening of a strikingly surreal and emotionally jolting Butoh performance, the experience is also intensified with the finest selection of Absinthe sponsored by Sip or Mix. This immersive show will be held at the sparse and cavernous venue Test Bed venue in Battersea – a 7000 sq ft space with recent events hosted by Richard Branson and Vivienne Westwood.

With the support of Art Below, multiple billboard posters coinciding with Tate Britain’s 30th Turner Prize at Pimlico underground station are currently showcasing striking live Butoh images to give the traveling public a glimpse of what will be unfolding minutes walk away at the Test Bed venue. Special guests include alumni of Central Saint Martins, Gilbert and George. As Gilbert and George famously declared, “Nothing happens in the world that doesn’t happen to the east end”, liveButoh is ready to expose the hidden and avant-garde gem of Butoh philosophy of Transformation, Change and Progression.

Ben Moore of Art Below says, ‘The experience at live Butoh’s Launch event will be a mixture of Punch Drunk and Secret Cinema meets Freud’s subconscious of Dreams and Interpretation. ‘

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