Cheltenham street art inspired exhibition will 'challenge everything you think you know about art'

View cult classic street and pop art and get the chance to meet globally respected LA artist, Mr Brainwash, in a new exhibition coming to Clarendon Fine Art gallery in Cheltenham this March 2024.

By Sarah Kent  |  Published

Thierry Guetta, a French-born, Los Angeles-based artist who goes by the nickname of Mr Brainwash, is bringing his street-art graffiti and neon pop-art creations to Cheltenham, in a special exhbition that promises to 'challenge everything you think you know about art'.

Opening on Saturday 2 March 2024 and running until Saturday 9 March 2024, the exhibition will take over Clarendon Fine Art gallery on The Promenade in Cheltenham, in a 'vibrant celebration of positivity and the transformative force of love'.

Alongside a range of Mr Brainwash's original works, there will also be a special commemorative piece with a horse racing theme, tying into the Cheltenham Festival, which this year celebrates the centenary of the Gold Cup.

He has also designed album covers for artists such as Madonna, Rick Ross and KYGO; had artwork featured in films and television productions such as Molly’s GameBillionsShameless and The Kardashians; and sold artwork to icons such as Madonna and the Beckhams.

During the week-long exhibition there will also be the chance to meet the artist himself at a special evening event at Clarendon Fine Art, from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday 5 March 2024, with a live DJ and bar, too.

The meet the artist event is free to attend but must be booked in advance, with limited tickets available from


Mr Brainwash at Clarendon Fine Art gallery in Cheltenham


Clarendon Fine Art


Saturday 2 to Saturday 9 March 2024


The gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5.30pm and on Sunday from 11am to 4pm


Entry is free of charge


(01242) 964000

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