In the 1980’s Noir was the first artist to illegally paint the Berlin Wall. Noir’s iconic, bright and seemingly innocent works painted on this deadly border symbolised not only an act of defiance but also a voice of freedom. In the gallery there’s original works exhibited alongside rarely seen photographs, interviews and films of the artist.
Ana went along to the private view on Thursday the 3rd of April but you can see Thierry’s incredible work until the 5th May 2014.
The private view also held some surprises: street artist Stik
was one of the celebrities in the crowd. The artists collaborated earlier when they paint the VU Wall in Shoreditch.