The venue, near the Bastille and set on three levels, Door Studios was the perfect space to showcase some of the best young and emerging artists working today.
The creativity of the Nixon production team and artists, combined with the unusual venue, combined to transform this edgy venue into a one-night only art and music experience.
We like the Art Mosh as it shares Drift’s philosophy about surfing, showcasing contemporary artists and bringing them all together in one place. Exhibitors came from South Africa, France, Germany, USA, Italy, UK, Belgium and Greece to be at the show; which transcended the traditional barriers between different media, by exhibiting photography, painting, design, illustration and prints in an eclectic exhibition.
Supporting emerging and established talent in the fields of art and music, unites artists with the common goal of creating buzzy, energetic ‘Pop Up’ exhibitions.
Nixon teamed up with Wallpaper and Nissan to get this show together, and was curated by Paddy Barstow of Six 18. The show attracted a cool crowd of Parisien collectors, artists, and movers & shakers from the media, art, fashion and music worlds. The guest list included renowned photographer David Hamilton, Franz Ferdinand, The Cribs, Camille Bidault Waddington, Surface 2 Air, Graffiti Artist Baboo, Rapper Lord Kossity and The Plasticines.
Fusing art with contemporary music and DJ’s in unconventional venues is the Art Mosh mission, and so we salute you Nixon for pulling this off.