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Nixon's London ART MOSH landed in London for the second time on Thursday 25th November and transcended the traditional barriers between different media, by exhibiting photography, painting, design, illustration and prints in an eclectic exhibition. One of the highlights of the exhibition was the introduction of digital artists such as Andreas Muller and Thomas Traum which was a first and shows the progression of the ART MOSH concept. British artist Richie Culver exhibited with illustrator Sophie Stevens, launching his ‘Monsters' project, which also involved collaborations with Eliot Sumner of ‘I Blame Coco' and Robbie Furze of The Big Pink.

ART MOSH London, in partnership with Clash Magazine, attracted a cool crowd of collectors, artists, and personalities from the media, art, fashion and music worlds providing them ample opportunity to network.

Nixon supports emerging and established talent in the fields of art and music, and unites artists and production team with the common goal of creating energetic ‘Pop Up' exhibitions.

The temporary exhibition also showcased items from Nixon's exclusive LTD Collection and was accompanied by live music from pioneering names in dance music alongside local and international djs such as Ashley Beedle, Andy Bell, Arveene, Jamie Skillz, J Saintil, Clash Magazine DJ's and singer Liam Bailey.