An unparalleled collection of work, which together provides a heart-warming social commentary on life in the great city of London.
In November 2016, Twenty Pegs founder Greg Martin embarked upon an ambitious month-long creative journey around the London Monopoly board, in support of the Movember Foundation’s fight for men’s health.
30 creations, in 30 locations, in 30 days. More than 110 collaborators, following one narrative, and all for one great cause.
Collaborators included artists Tim Wainwright, David Tovey, Toby Leigh, Alexander Luttley, Keira Rathbone, Iggy Acosta, Xidus Pain, along with friends, members of the public, most of the estate agents in Angel and Islington, and even Jerome Watson, a prisoner in HMP Wormwood Scrubs.
This year, 30-30-30: A London Tale sees Theatre Deli and Twenty Pegs join forces, partnering to create a week-long exhibition and programme celebrating this amazing body of work, and continuing to add new perspectives to the already rich stories that sit at its heart.
The week-long exhibition will comprise:
30 artworks on display
Talks by artists involved
DIY ‘How to’ sessions on some of the artistic methods used over the month
Live Screen Printing
A video booth, where visitors can contribute further to “Fear of Losing”, from Marylebone Statiom
Artworks for sale with a percentage of the proceeds being donated to the Movember Foundation
A film screening from 1000 Londoners
Full programme to be announced.
Check out the website for more info: 303030.London