Anna Jaxe, the London based urban artist who specialises in spraying stencils on reclaimed clothing, will be exhibiting her work for a short time at Map Studio Cafe.
Growing up around the pockets of wealth and poverty that litter Greater London, Anna Jaxe’s artwork is influenced by the conflict between the haves and the have not’s in contemporary society. Jaxe’s work focuses on how the accessibility of music and it’s relationship with fashion blurs those divisions.
She spray paints on reclaimed, mass produced materials that are often used by individuals as a declaration of aspiration as well as an expression of self.
Anna Jaxe was born in 1989. She lives and works in South West London. Jaxe studied Fine Art at Kingston University and Reading University. She is passionate about how social media can make art more accessible and actively uses it to promote her work. Her Youtube channel alone has acquired over 100,000 video views. Jaxe has represented herself at various art fairs across London and has a growing list of collectors.
The music inspired artist will also be showing her UV light installations for the first time, with live music and drinks available at the bar!
Anna Jaxe’s exhibition will be running for two months at MAP Studio Cafe, where Anna will also be creating a mural outside during her residency.
Artwork available for sale.
Please contact LaToyah Gill for all enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition runs until 31/03/18