In the space vacated by Domino’s Pizza – 187 Kentish Town Road – now stands an design focussed art and lifestyle brand, Adorn the Common, which specialises in original paintings, limited edition prints, homeware and soft furnishings.
Between 21 – 24 November they will be holding an exhibition: ‘Dirty Laundry’ by British multi-media artist, Anthony Mundy. The exhibition is supported by Adorn the Common and Nova Relations.
‘Dirty Laundry’ represents Anthony Mundy’s latest solo exhibition, exploring intricate themes of sexual identity, toxic masculinity, and shame. The artworks within this exhibit are deeply reflective, serving as a channel for the artist’s emotional power in moments of vulnerability.
Mundy’s dedication to authenticity is evident; he crafts handmade brushes from agave stems and palm leaves collected during his time in Portugal. These unique tools become extensions of the artist’s body during the creative process. Through his art, Mundy communicates a profound honesty by shedding the use of “synthetic” tools, leaving behind marks and lacerations that speak of suffering and a quest for love and resolution through homeopathic processes.
The exhibition will be held at Adorn the Common, 157 Regent’s Park Road, near Chalk Farm tube station, between 21 – 24 November.