Award-winning graphic designer, author and artist Michah Purnell will present a free exhibition in December. Titled Street Eyes, the exhibition will celebrate ten years of his celebrated Add-Art project. It will feature global art and design on purpose-built sites across Manchester, displaying some of the biggest names in art, from the worlds of illustration, typography, photography and illustration.
Work from the likes of Stanley Chow, Anthony Burrill, Gemma O’Brien, Dave Towers and photographers Anna Devis and Daniel Rueda will be on show. Street Eyes will also welcome innovative music ensemble Epiphany, who will respond to the artworks with live performances, as well as playing a number of sound sketches for attendees.
Most of the artworks on show will be available to buy on the night to support and continue the work of providing a canvas for artists and free art city dwellers. The free exhibition takes place at Chatham Mill for one night only on Tuesday 5 December from 6pm.