‘Johannesburg’ Pop-Up: London Line-Up Revealed
Look out, London – after a week in NYC, the 'Johannesburg' pop-up exhibition is now heading to Lights of Soho from Thursday 30th June to Saturday 9th July!
Expect 10 days of free music, art, photography, film, food and drink inspired by South Africa and the making of Mumford & Sons' new mini-album 'Johannesburg'.
For updates and venue information, confirm your attendance on the official Facebook event page.
DAYTIME HOURS (GALLERY)
The pop-up will be open every day from 10am-5pm for visitors to see work from Gentlemen Of The Road photographers Marcus Haney, Chris Mass, Ty Johnson and David East – as well as some of Ted Dwane's own photos from the road, all unseen in the UK until now.
A special one-off commission by JJ Adams will also be featured at the exhibition, along with new pieces from South African artists Lyndi Sales and Lionel Smit.
EVENING HOURS (SPECIAL EVENTS)
Between 6pm-11pm on selected dates, the pop-up will also be holding a series of special events. To secure your place on any of the evenings below, simply RSVP with your chosen event date to email@example.com.
THURS 30TH JUNE
THE BIOSCOPE CINEMA JOHANNESBURG PRESENTS
A very special double bill: Future Sound of Mzansi by Lebogang Rasethaba & Ghost Diamond (w/ Q&A from director Chris Saunders)
FRI 1st JULY
DJ sets from Cape Town's genre-defying Petite Noir & Durban born producer Okzharp
SAT 2nd JULY
AFROBEAT DANCE PARTY
Cosmo and Pablo serve up African music electro, Soul from the 60's till today with live drumming. We also have DJ Petite on the decks playing the best in South African house
TUES 5th JULY
SOUTH AFRICAN WINE TASTING & ART
South African Wine Tasting courtesy of Jordan Wine Estate and discussion on South African contemporary art from the Circa Gallery, London’s only South African art space
THURS 7th JULY
JEREMY LOOPS - LIVE
A live acoustic show from Cape Town’s finest
FRIDAY 8th JULY
BILTONG & BEERS
Biltong from Limpopo Butchers & music from GOTR artists on the sound system
We hope you can join us in this celebration of Mumford & Sons' new mini-album and the beautiful country that helped create it!