The Fitzrovia Phenomenon Continues.
11 February 2012 Cambridge, UK. Artist Peregrine Roskilly is participating in the KISS exhibition at Gallery DIFFERENT in London. First it was Cork Street, then Hoxton and now Fitzrovia is London's hottest place for art. Painitings on show are inspired by the London Naked Bike Ride.
Driven by better economics and larger spaces, Fitzrovia has become the latest art hub in London's West End and the place to view a hotbed of new talent alongside established artists. The KISS exhibition, 15 February – 25 March, 2012 which is being revitalised at Gallery DIFFERENT after an absence of several years, is a case in point. Featuring 26 artists from home and abroad, young and old, renowned and upcoming, the aim is to show art across the spectrum.
Karina Phillips, co-owner and director of DIFFERENT, which was based at Butler’s Wharf, before opening in Fitzrovia in June 2011, said: “The move to much larger and more central...