Artist group Fitzrovia Noir (FN) have presented the work of over 200 artists to audiences of 40,000 + to date, specialising with installations in non-gallery spaces and sites undergoing major transition. Projects including the ambitious Intervention art trail and currently directing the arts programme at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Born out of a project to document the demise of Central London's Middlesex Hospital, the group has gone on to produce extremely successful exhibitions outside that original remit that have toured nationally and internationally.
2009 saw the release of their first group publication 'Responses to Conflict and Loss' by the University of Hertfordshire Press, following on from Name, Rank & Serial Number, a book accompnaying an installation previewed in New York.
Headed by artists Graham Carrick, Garry Hunter, Manuel Sanmartin and Lucy Williams, Fitzrovia Noir is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the art world. Working in partnership with numerous galleries, organisations and artists, FN has a reputation for developing and delivering imaginative exhibitions of exceptional quality, time and time again.