For Thierry Noir Jazz exhibition Chris Tsonias create many different sculptures, some of them in very big dimension (2,7m up), musical instruments and 3D installations and also the Bar , sponsored from Hennessy company for the open exhibition day.
Chris Tsonia's collaborates with Noir to bring to three-dimensional sculptural life a selection of Noir's most iconic images and characters. These take the form of sculptures, fully playable musical instruments and audio speakers.
Howard Griffin Gallery London
Thierry Noir Museum 18 May 2016 to 31 Dec 2016
Jazz - Thierry noir 25th June to 22th August 2015
Thierry Noir is the street artist, painting outdoor surfaces (famously the Berlin Wall) all over the world for more than 30 years, adding colour, line and a quizzical cheerfulness to public spaces, writes John L. Walters.
He is ferociously prolific, making work in a wide variety of media – on cardboard, canvas, cars (a Reliant Robin in Bristol, U2’s Trabants) – and now, with his current Shoreditch show titled ‘Jazz’, vinyl. The installation, at the adventurous Howard Griffin gallery, took him six weeks to complete, much of the time spent in collaboration with Chris Tsonias, the Greek artist who constructed the 3D artefacts – Noirish guitars, violins, horn players, jukebox, a piano and a bar made of gigantic guitarists.
For Thierry Noir Museum Chris Tsonias create 51 Sculptures in different sizes (from 20cm small to 3m up) and style and 3 big 3D Installations for the gallery exhibitions.