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ACE Club / 3

Exactly a year ago ACE kicked off it’s first show at Soho’s infamous private members club, and to mark their anniversary they are doing it again at The Union Club, Soho. Originally, Ace showcased 10 artists, now ACE CLUB has doubled in size taking on more illustrious headline artists. New artists for this show include Ange Bell, Lucy Bryant (Haus of Lucy) and London’s most elusive and loved street artist, Donk.

ACE Club / 3 at the Union Club, Soho London, June 6th 2019

Exactly a year ago ACE kicked off it’s first show at Soho’s infamous private members club, and to mark their anniversary they are doing it again at The Union Club, Soho.

Originally, Ace showcased 10 artists, now ACE CLUB has doubled in size taking on more illustrious headline artists. New artists for this show include Ange Bell, Lucy Bryant (Haus of Lucy) and London’s most elusive and loved street artist, Donk.

Among the new and exclusive original pieces on display, ACE is committed to provide affordable limited edition prints. Each ACE artist produces a hand-finished limited edition piece (Edition of 25) which are on sale for just £100, and only at these events. This is an exciting prospect for art fans, especially when some of the artist’s original work costs upwards of thousands of pounds.

 

The following Artists will be be exhibiting at Ace / 3

David Bray
Ange Bell 
Lucy Bryant 
Donk
Adam Bridgland 
Dave Buonaguidi
Tim Fowler 
Pam Glew
Heath Kane
Sara Pope
Pure Evil
Rugman
Schoony
Shuby

Free Entry, but you must RSVP. Click here to register

 

ABOUT ACE CLUB

The ACE Club concept is based on the belief that art should be experienced rather than just looked at and that original art should be accessible to all. “We are a movement,” says ACE co-founder Anthony McEwan. “We don't want our work stashed away in private galleries and collections. Our aim is to engage directly and interactively with fans, enthusiasts and other artists, for our work to be experienced collectively and dynamically."

ACE Club's inaugural event happened this summer at The Union Club, Soho and was followed by a show at The Candid Arts Centre in Islington.

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