The Best New Creatives of NOISE Festival 2014

  • Type
    Exhibition
  • Date
    9 September, 2014
  • End Date
    7 November, 2014
  • Location
    Southbank, London

better bankside

Sumner Street, Better Bankside, 9th September – 5th October 2014

Passer by stopping to look at work

NOISE Festival 2014 presents an outdoor visual art exhibition in the heart of London’s Southbank celebrating 55 up and coming creatives, handpicked by the NOISE Festival 2014 Curators including Brian Eno, Tim Marlow, Elaine Constantine and Gerald Scarfe. 

Visit the exhibition, situated close to the iconic Tate London to discover the creative stars of tomorrow, exclusively endorsed by the biggest names from the art world.

The exhibition is open to the general public 24 hours a day and is free to attend.

Aaron Francis in front of his workLiam Fawcett in front of his work
Jack Waterfall, NOISE GraphicsBrant Adam in front of his picture of James Greenhalgh

L-R Aaron Francis & his work, Liam Fawcett & his work, Jack Waterfall - NOISE Graphics (Design/Layout), Brant Adam & his picture of James Greenhalgh
Images by Marie-Claire Ashcroft - Fluke Photography

southbank
More London, Southbank, 7th October – 7th
 November 2014

NOISE Festival moves its outdoor exhibition from Sumner Street to the More London estate. The charity presents the outdoor visual art exhibition of 55 up and coming creatives, as picked by the likes of Brian Eno, Tim Marlow, Elaine Constantine and Gerald Scarfe, in one of the most exciting outdoor areas in London overlooking the iconic Tower Bridge.

The exhibition is open to the general public 24 hours a day and is free to attend.