INNER CITY OOZ at Display Gallery, London

Opening Reception | Thursday, September 4 |  6-9pm

Exhibiting Until September 27, 2014



Inner City Ooz, the debut solo show of SE London wunderkinds, Jack & Archy Marshal, aka Mistr Gone & King Krule, will launch this Thursday at London’s Display Gallery.

A new contemporary art gallery in Holborn, Display will exhibit the brothers’ array of work during the month of September, where works immerse the viewer into an unknown world waiting to be discovered.

Jack and Archy Marshal are mostly known for their association with the SE London’s music scene, and their vast range of influences help combine a formula unique to them. Their voice is youthful, energetic and a great representation of contemporary culture at this time.  Archy Marshal is best known for his music work under the moniker King Krule, with brother Jack creating all the artwork for his albums. Jack himself is a self-taught artist, and finds his inspiration and therefore work, in everyday life.

“Intersecting memories and moments of lived experience” are intertwined in this joint exhibition, which addresses “universal themes of the memory, time, and role of the artist in an evolving cityscape.”

Poetry, music, painting and mixed media works are presented, and highlight a contemporary approach and showcase a refreshing new attitude.

A limited edition zine produced by Display Gallery and designed by Mistr Gone & King Krule featuring poetry, unseen photos and personal essays by the artists accompanies the exhibition.
“Arriving With Her Against The Window”
“Short Haircut, Slouched”
All images courtesy of Display Gallery

Morley House
26 Holborn Viaduct


Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Friday 12 to 6 pm
Thursday 12 to 8 pm