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September 2019
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Run The Jewels are going to host a new London art exhibition

It will coincide with their trip over for All Points East.
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Published: 12:31 pm, May 20, 2019
Run The Jewels are going to host a new London art exhibition

Run The Jewels are going to host a new London art exhibition this summer, Art The Jewels UK.

The blurb reads: “Art The Jewels UK will provide visitors with an opportunity to explore the duo's artwork, graphics, videos, collaborations with UK creatives, and will also feature original work created specifically for the event.

“As always, RTJ have kept fans firmly in the picture by expanding on the #RTJFanArtFriday fun happening online and giving aspiring UK-based artists the opportunity to have their work included in the exhibition.”

The exhibition will be on display throughout June at Platform LDN.

Run The Jewels also play All Points East in Victoria Park, London on Friday, 31st May, with Bring Me The Horizon. The duo are currently in the studio working on their new album.

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