Friday 10 March 19:30 - 17:00

The Factory
21-31 Shacklewell Lane
E8 2DA

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Lucky Azad - NIGHT NIGHT LOVE - Solo Show

Performing & Visual Arts

NIGHT NIGHT LOVE - Solo Art Exhibition in London

About this event

On Friday 10th March 2023, The Holy Art is launching the new solo exhibition by the artist Lucky Azad 'NIGHT NIGHT LOVE'.

The private view is on the 10th March from 19.30 until 22.00. We will be offering canapes and drinks to our guests and you will have the opportunity to check out incredible works!


The exhibition is open to public from the 11th of March to the 12th of March from 10.00 to 17.00.

Address: The Factory, 21-31 Shacklewell Ln, London E8 2DA


Artist Bio:

Lucky Azad started painting as a disruptive student in high school. Once finding his love for painting, he hasn't stopped since. Soon after completing his diploma in Fine Art, Lucky went on to exhibit his first solo collection of paintings with the exhibition 'Laughing Lucifer' in Southwark's Menier Gallery. This was a project of self reflection, dark surroundings and disproportionate clown-like figures either representing man or it's more beastly side.

In 2016, after struggles against some controversy, he went on to exhibit his second solo exhibition 'Blasphemy' in the spirited art avenues of Shoreditch, in the Brick Lane Gallery. This exhibition was a satirical look at religion. The exhibition consisted of a blend of biblical scenes inhabited by the Looney Toons, a look at Jesus as a fashion model and a celebrity appearing on evening chat shows, a triptych of Gods and prophets fighting each other in Tekken-styled bouts and a homage to the cartoons of Charlie Hebdo. Blasphemy's paintings illustrated the world of the joke punchline, not looking to offend anyone's beliefs but perhaps objectively look at them and giggle.

Lucky Azad's third exhibition 'Small World- Big Circus' is scheduled to exhibit in the summer of 2022, in the buzzing BSMT space in Dalston Junction. The exhibit will consist of 20 large prints, each depicting a satirical illustration of both personal and current affairs of the world. The exhibit will tackle a range of issues from the state of London, immigration to music and the daily grind of a working life.

Lucky Azad, as well as being an artist, is an emerging screenwriter and childrens' author.


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