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Welcome to Nine-0 Arts, home to contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright.

Nudawn and Art Pardna collaborate to bring to you

“Collection d’ Art”

Simply put, this exhibition is a celebratory gathering of creative minds coming together through the power of social media.
A good friend said to me, “Isn’t it funny how we will share a videos of personalities doing mundane stuff like buying Gucci gear, trainers or stepping out of a car, but we don’t  share our talented friends beautiful art work or new business venture.” 
With this in mind we have set out to curate an Art Exhibition which brings together Artists that have styles that resonate the inner city vibes and colour. Works that give hope that no matter who is in control of the fine art hierarchy, we as Artists can still congregate, share and celebrate the beauty in our creation. 
By displaying  our visuals, we can inspire the new generations to see how positive visions and dreams can manifest in real, tangible art.
Wednesday 1st May-Sunday 5th May
@Nudawn 206 Well Street, Hackney, E9 6QT
Tues till Sun 10am-6pm
Sat 10am-6pm
Email: space@nudawn.london

 

‘Eyesore’ Grenfell Tower tribute

 A3 Prints of ‘Eyesore’ £35.00 framed by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
50 Signed Limited Edition A3 Prints of ‘Eyesore’ £35.00 framed.

50 limited edition A3 Prints of ‘Eyesore’ £35.00 framed.

Artpardna.co.uk sponsors the production of 50 Eyesore framed prints therefore Nineoarts is pleased to announce that as a result 100% of the proceeds of their sale will be donated to Grenfell Tower via The Rugby Portobello Trust RPT Grenfell Support). Available now visit shop

Nudawn Expo 2018

Kevin and Andrew in front of Eyesore by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
2018 Exhibition @ Nudawn ‘What I See What I Saw’.

Bob Marley, Lowkey, Akala, Immortal Tech and many more by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
Nudawn Exhibition ‘What I See What I Saw’ [2018].
nineoarts expo paintings by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
Exhibition @ Nudawn ‘What I See What I Saw’ [2018]. Photos of exhibition courtesy of Rudolph Carter (rudolphcarter.uk@gmail.com)
 

Poetry4Grenfell book tribute
'Eyesore' by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
‘Eyesore’ features in Poetry 4 Grenfell book [@KamitanArts] [@Poetry4Grenfell]

Father Charles from the Parish of Saint Bartholomew, Stamford Hill London writes to contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright about taking his painting, “Saint Simon of Cyrene” to Cape Town’s infamous District 6.

Fr Charles with Simon of Cyrene painting by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
Fr Charles with Andrew Wright’s painting of Simon of Cyrene.

“On the Sunday I preached and celebrated Mass in S. Philip’s church.  I distributed copies of your painting of S. Simon to the congregation.

In the 1970’s District 6 was nearly obliterated by the Apartheid regime. 60,000 people were forcibly evicted and their homes destroyed. The White supremacist government redesigned the area, a Whites only neighbourhood – it was a shameful thing. District 6 became the most famous internationally.  It is a very iconic location and I thought that it would be good to share your S. Simon of Cyrene with the people. You can see below they are holding your picture – over 6000 miles away!”

S. Philip's Church District 6, South Africa Simon of Cyrene by contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright

 

 contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright

 

 contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright
Next We Change Earth Book insert

London Transport Museum

 Journeys’ workshops with children to produce art for bus shelters
February – March 2010 Journeys’ workshops with children to produce art for bus shelters.

London Newspaper

 contemporary black British visual artist Andrew wright review The Voice UK Black newspaper
The Voice newspaper review the Departure Exhibition [2011].

Nottingham Newspaper

 contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright in front of painting recreation
Nottingham Newspaper review [2000] Art Exchange, Curator: Micheal Forbes

Burton Newspaper

 contemporary black British visual artist Andrew Wright exhibition 2014
Burton Mail newspaper review Exhibition in collaboration with Moderna Art.