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Mr. Jago – NIL – Interview

Mr. Jago is a veteran of the contemporary art scene. Often thrown into the catch-all street art category, his work transcends the boundaries of urban art and is more at home in the galleries and museums of the world than the back alleys of his current hometown of Bristol. His latest exhibition, NIL, opens Thursday 22nd October at Unit London.

Mr. Jago’s compositions have progressed dramatically from his character-based illustration to become some of the world’s most defining impressionist artwork. Experimenting with acrylics and oils, his work questions the duality of existence and the environmental impact of the human species.

Mr Jago in his Bristol studio ©Tim Crawley (24)

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Futurism 2.0 nearly here

Next Thursday (27th September) see’s the launch of Gamma Proforma’s Futurism 2.0 show at Blackall Studios. Dubbed as London’s first Graffuturist exhibition, the line up reads like a roll call of some of the biggest names in Abstract Graffiti. Augustine Kofie, SheOne, Joker, Lyken, Remi/Rough, Part2ism, Delta, Mr Jago, Poesia, O.Two, Mare139 and many more! If you’re not in London you might want to pick up the catalogue from the Gamma store. More info at www.futurism2-0.com