One of the music art scene’s biggest names, Ashes57, will be bringing her iconic work to Twenty Twenty Two in May, as part of the venue’s diverse exhibition programme. Specialising in the underground bass music scene, Ashes57 is an illustrator, painter and photographer renowned for capturing the early days of dubstep, footwork and beyond. From the artwork of Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter the Dubstep to flyers and posters for the famed Dub War parties in New York, the exhibition is a print-based history of the most prominent electronic music moments in recent years. And displayed together under one roof, it looks set to be one of Twenty Twenty Two’s most exciting exhibitions yet. Opens on Thursday 1 May, with live music from Taso (Teklife) and Project 13, and continues throughout May.

Thu1 May, Twenty Twenty Two, 20 Dale Street basement, M1 1EZ. Tue – Thu: 4pm – 12am, Fri – Sat: 4pm – 3am, FREE,

Thu 1 May - Sat 31 May
Hannah Phillips
Published on:
Thu 24 Apr 2014