Notting Hill to play host to some of contemporary art’s biggest names as works by Banksy, Keith Haring, Fin DAC and The Connor Brothers enter Portobello Road this month.

West Contemporary, London’s long thriving gallerists famed for their early adoption of street art at the turn of the century, are to bring their successful pop-up model (and some of the biggest names in contemporary art) to the world famous Portobello Road – exhibiting between the 26th November and the 4th December 2021.

The Devil’s Fuge Part 1 took place in Covent Garden in December 2019, a stunningly broad collection of original and limited edition artworks from globally acclaimed artists that captured the attention of the capital’s collectors and aficionados, and the attendance of leading creatives in their own right, including Ronnie Wood and Chef Tom Kerridge.

Now, the concept’s sequel, The Devil’s Fuge Part 2 (simply referred to as ‘The Devil’s Fuge’ once more) is being reignited in the beautiful art led surroundings of Notting Hill.

The stable of artists involved reads as a who’s who of celebrated contemporary 21st century artists, with one notable exception, the inclusion of one of pop-art’s most celebrated and dearly departed icons.

Featuring undisputed heavyweights Banksy, Keith Haring and Sex Pistol’s punk collaborator Jamie Reid, screen-print phenomenon Dave Buonaguidi, neon-queen Lauren Baker, the vintage voices of a post-truth world, The Connor Brothers – exciting and established young British talents in Carne Griffiths and Chloe Natalia and Kasabian frontman Serge Pizzorno’s alter ego, daft-apeth, each injecting an uncompromising and unforgettable merging of medium as serious collectors and first timers alike find a home and destination within one curation.

Artists have been chosen purposefully to be welcoming to those taking their first or their thousandth step into art and collection, with a cool, authentic and unapologetically unpretentious atmosphere guaranteed in gallery, just shy of Christmas.

Artist of the moment, Fin DAC, fresh from his sold out show in Fitzrovia (a critical, commercial and cult success) will be using this exhibition as an opportunity to release the third instalment of his ‘Fleur’ series, currently consisting of two sold out releases and now with a third unquestionably pending. The artist will release in attendance at The Devil’s Fuge at a time TBC

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