After three successful editions in Paris, the most colourful experience of the year is coming to Manchester this May. The exhibition – which is a co-production between Fever and Colors Festival – plunges visitors into an artistic universe of colour, creativity and diversity. The exhibition is making its UK debut at the Regent Retail Park in Manchester with tickets on sale now.
Opening to the public on 19th May, the Manchester exhibition will see artwork from 30 established and emerging artists from all over the world on display across a 800m² space. Visitors can expect to see an array of street graffiti, eye-popping art, inspiring illustrations and vibrant photography as an eclectic mix of artistic styles and mediums collide. There will also be opportunities to interact with select artworks for a truly immersive experience.
Despite all of the artists having their own unique style, they all share a common goal to transport visitors into a vivid and visual world of inspiring art. Of the 30 artists exhibiting at the Regent Retail Park exhibition space, Manchester-locals Qubek and Ethan Lemon will be among the artists showcasing pieces of work. All of the artworks will be split into areas of vivid colour featuring red, pink, blue and ultraviolet, with the red section dedicated to local artists. More details on all the artists can be found on the website here.
Colors Festival will also be making its mark in the heart of London later in May, with tickets on sale from 27th April. This exhibition will feature 40 artists with their works displayed across a 1000m2 space in Camden.
Sana Ali Aamir, General Manager for UK at Fever, “As the colours of spring pop all around us, there is no better time to launch this incredible exhibition dedicated to a world of colour and creativity. We hope the fascinating and thought-provoking artistry will leave visitors inspired and put a colourful spring in their step.”
Colors Festival offers a great day out for adults and children alike with the duration of the exhibition taking approximately one hour to pass through. Tickets for Manchester are on sale now with prices from £9.