See It To Believe It – Future Artists Presents ‘Damaged Goods’, A New Exhibition Of Incredible Photo-Realistic Street Art By Clayton Whitter This December In Manchester!
It’s an exciting time of year for Manchester – the lights are on, the crowds are gathering: it’s time for another Future Artists exhibition! This year we are proud to present the highly gifted photo-realist artist, Clayton Whitter, a local Salfordian whose incredibly talented and unique masterpieces will be on show to the public at Virgin Money Lounge, King Street for one week only. The launch celebration will take place on Thursday 11th December (tickets available here), with the show then continuing to remain open to the public with free admission from Friday 12th until Friday 19th December.
Don’t miss the opportunity to feast your eyes on the sheer detail and intricacy of Clayton’s work, which really does need to be seen in person to fully appreciate the unbelievable realism in his drawings – you’ll have never seen anything like it!
In a truly unique and surprising twist, Whitter brings his delicate intricate work together with the bare and grubby pavement of the English city centre, which is the humble space he selects as his artistic studio. In this creative amalgamation, the precious drawings are subjected to a series of environmental threats such as food and drink, pesky street pigeons, and even the wheels of a wayward wheelchair. Rightfully titled ‘Damaged Goods’, the collection boasts an exciting array of mixed media creations, depicting a family of pop-culture subjects including Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and popular bands such as The Beatles and Joy Division, each with their own unique story and deeper aesthetic meaning. All prints will be available to purchase at the exhibition, so come along for a browse for your potential new collection piece!
JOY DIVISION BY CLAYTON WHITTER
With each piece of work taking an average of 3 months to produce, the bravery in his finishing style really is one-of-a-kind. Future Artists will be proudly hosting the exhibition ‘Damaged Goods’ by Clayton Whitter at the Virgin Money Lounge, King Street, Manchester, kicking off with the launch event on Thursday 11th December 6pm-8pm, which will also host a selection of free refreshments as well as the opportunity to meet the artist himself. Book your FREE launch ticket now at www.futureartists.co.uk. The show will then remain open to the public from Friday 12th – Friday 19th December, open daily from 10am-5pm, and 11am-3:30pm on Sundays. Admission is free.
Remembering the success and popularity of the previous Future Artists showcase event – remember Stewy last December? – ‘Damaged Goods’ is set to be a truly memorable exhibition. Escape the bustling markets and rowdy ice-rinks, and instead come into the warmth and soak up some culture surrounded by some of the most incredible artwork Manchester has to offer. Book your free ticket to our launch party now at www.futureartists.co.uk – we look forward to seeing you there!