THE FACE OF SHOREDITCH
What does the face of Shoreditch look like?
One of London’s primary creative hubs, Shoreditch has undergone a vast transformation to become the sleek and bustling district it is today. Shining skyscrapers jostle up against converted factory buildings, segmented by the tireless hum of traffic, tourists and locals. But even though Shoreditch might be unrecognisable now to the Shoreditch of only ten years ago, one thing has been consistent – that it has always drawn London’s boldest and most fearless artists.
For Nelly’s debut exhibition of 2022, we are thrilled to showcase a selection of original works and limited editions from some of the biggest contributors to East London’s contemporary art scene. Partnering up with Shoreditch’s sleekest new haunt, the One Hundred Shoreditch Hotel – we’re bringing a taste of Nelly’s fifteen years of passion for contemporary urban art to their incredible space. Expect to see some familiar faces like Soozy Lipsey and Matthew Small alongside some new ones, such as Adam Neate, China Mike and Voyder.