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Controversial French street artist to open exhibition in Hale

Controversial French street artist Mr Brainwash is to open his first Northern exhibition in Hale.

A new exhibition of his work is being displayed at Clarendon Fine Art on Ashley Road July 6th to 12th, and Mr Brainwash will be attending a VIP launch on Thursday.

Hailing from Los Angeles, Mr Brainwash has earned a global reputation for his disruptive and captivating style.

He has also designed album covers for Madonna, Rick Ross and Michael Jackson, and has collaborated with everybody from the Beckhams to Michelle Obama.

Helen Swaby, CEO of Clarendon Fine Art, said: “His work is an orchestrated collision of street and pop art, built around messages of hope, that has challenged cultural norms and made him a global street art phenomenon.

“We are excited about bringing Mr Brainwash to Hale so he can spread more joy with his innovative riot of themes, styles, statements, jokes, commentary and chaos.”

Mr Brainwash’s tour is encompassing Covent Garden, Windsor and Hale. Thursday’s event will last between 6.30pm and 8.30pm.