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A river runs through it

Oxo Tower Wharf

22nd August to 26th August 2018

After the huge success of last year’s exhibition, attended by more than 4,500 art lovers and collectors, five of London’s most exciting artists return to the famous gallery@oxo for an art exhibition exploring London’s vibrant personality and ever-changing landscape. See how five artists portray their favourite city in very very different ways. Five Artists One Amazing City.

We’ll be offering spectacular discounts and a chance to win a meal for two at the famous Oxo Tower Brasserie if you’re lucky enough to have a London-related name. You’ll be able to get your hands on our very special ArtCans, created especially for the event. Can you win one? Yes you can! Give us a toy or a crisp fiver and it’s yours, with all donations heading to our favourite London children’s charity Radio Lollipop at Great Ormond Street Hospital, where one of our artists works.

Urban Soup promises a spectacularly diverse collection of contemporary art including:

The Oxo Tower made out of Oxo cubes, stunningly colourful abstract landscapes, dazzling neon and L.E.D light installations; delicate paper sculptures; wafer-thin aluminium prints; bottled London smells, and some spectacular photography which captures the soul of London. Plus, a fantastic selection of affordable prints to collect.

This year’s artists include LoveJordan, the much sought-after duo who caused quite a stir with their sell-out shows in London and New York; Susan Bunn, shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Michael Wallner, a former television producer who has exhibited world-wide including New York, Singapore, and Milan; Tom Cox, an exciting young artist tipped as ‘one to watch’ by the Evening Standard; and Munleen Sibia, a former county tennis player whose work has been featured in Vogue’s ‘World of Interiors’ and by Time Out.

The Urban Soup artists live within 10 miles of each other, yet they see their surroundings in incredibly different ways. We look forward to showing you how at gallery@oxo this August. For more information, images and interviews, please contact us at

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