Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 at 8:24 am
One of the UK’s most notorious musical landmarks has requested certain graffiti artists to take part in spray painting a mural depicting the 138 year history of the musical venue on its internal walls in a particular section of the Hall. Street artists such as Ben Slow, Snik, FarkFK, Blam, Finbarr DAC and Grafter have been commissioned to spray the 1,125sq/m space with interpretations of all those who have taken the stage at the Royal Albert Hall which is situated in the West London borough of Kensington.
In a press release the Head of Programming, Lucy Noble for the RAH said “We’re privileged to be working with some truly innovative young street artists to transform one of the largest and yet most unseen spaces in this iconic building. This will be a visually dynamic piece of art and will be a contemporary tribute to parts of our amazing history.”
Radio City Music Hall next?