Newcastle’s Victoria Tunnel, built in 1842
will house an art exhibition for the very first time since its birth in 1842, Into The Dark On the 12th June 2013. The tunnel, previously used to transport cargo from one end of the industrial city to the other, will take on a new purpose for twelve hours on the 12th June. Into The Dark will showcase twelve international artists from all sides of the globe in a unique setting. Featuring new work from the likes of renowned graphic designer Shepard Fairey, one of the UK’s most prolific contemporary urban artists D*Face, Portugal’s humanitarian artistic champion Pedro Matos and South Africa’s raw and intimate graffiti artist Faith 47. Taking place 12th June, groups of twelve will be escorted Into The Dark for 30 minutes each.
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