MUPHORIA: London’s first permanent music and art gallery lands in Soho

MUPHORIA

On Friday 1st December, a brand-new music and art Gallery, MUPHORIA, opened its doors on Berwick Street, Soho.

Making history as the first-ever permanent music and art gallery in London, MUPHORIA features kaleidoscopic fine art, musical instruments and unique photography. The exhibition is full of work from a variety of critically acclaimed artists, including Micheal Spencer Jones, Illuminati Neon, and Maybury Guitar.

Some standout pieces include Rod Melvin’s extravagant knitted portraits of music icons Yoko Ono and Brian Eno, and Cyan Dee and Luke Pantelidou‘s unique artworks of The Beatles, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, and PJ Harvey. In addition to these pieces, the exhibition also featured a range of sustainable instruments, and pieces celebrating music industry giants Whitney Houston, David Bowie, Bob Marley and more.

Speaking about the exhibition in his own words, Micheal Spencer Jones says:

“A gallery specialising in music artwork is long overdue for central London and Berwick Street in Soho couldn’t be a more perfect location; not least because it’s where I did the cover photography for (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?”

As well as an art and music exhibition, MUPHORIA also serves as a retail outlet, with select pieces available to purchase.

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