Juju's Bar & Stage is a beautiful old cavernous warehouse space that has hosted everything from secret gigs and exhibitions to film shoots, immersive theatre productions, dance performances and, of course, some exceptionally riotous parties.

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Exhibition Space
Juju's 'One Wall Project' is an exhibition space located within the main bar area.
Current Exhibition
Oaxacan Art Show
Curated by Anna Bruce and Dangerous Don Mezcal

Agave is arguably Mexico's most important plant. It has been used for millenia in food, drink and textiles. Subject to ancient myths and legends, agave is even depicted framing the Virgin de Guadalupe in Catholic iconography. However, the main use of this amazing plant is in the production of mezcal.

Connoisseurship of mezcal has brought Oaxaca into the spotlight as the 'heart of mezcal' country. Made infamous by Lowry's Under the Volcano, mezcal is both fuel and subject for many local artists and Oaxaca continues to host a thriving creative community. Some of Mexico's most prestigious artists came from this region, such as Rufino Tamayo and Manuel Alvarez Bravo, while others have pilgrimaged there from round the world, including Frida Kahlo, Leanora Carrington, Cartier Bresson and DH Lawrence.

This event launches an exhibition of graphic prints and photography showcasing Oaxaca, the heartland of mezcal production. There will also be presentations about traditional and contemporary art in Oaxaca and the relationship this has to modern day and historical production. The event will also be the opening of a six week show curated by Anna Bruce featuring a wealth of exciting artists from Mexico.
Past Exhibition

Sergio Falomir started Barrio Latino Project during his trip to South America helping local folk bands preserve their music and heritage. After a few months he had amassed a large collection of memories in the shape of music, film & photography.

This portrait collection documents the people he encountered on the road during his journey from Argentina to La Havana. Falomir's adventures on the road included walking in the last steps of Che Guevara, spending a night in the silver mines of Potosí, crossing the biggest salt dessert of the world, riding across the Death Road on a bicycle, surviving in the Amazon with a machete and a mosquito net, reaching the sacred mountain of Machu Picchu, dancing Cumbia in Barranquilla's Carnival and learning to grow coffee on Señor Antonio's farm.

These are the faces of Latin America.
Special Request

An exhibition of photography and print celebrating the launch of the second edition of Special Request magazine. The brainchild of creative director and designer Paul Sethi, Special Request #2 focuses on television, exploring all aspects of the form and offering its own take on today's reincarnation of the enduring TV beast as we know it today. With insights and contributions from writer and artists such as Karuki Murakami, Buzz Aldrin, Phillip Pullman, Seth Troxler and Hayden Kays, Special Request pulls apart TV and looks at it through fresh yet nostalgic eyes.

For more info on Special Request check out the press, and to get your hands on your own copy of Special Request #2, click here.
Katy Mason Solo Show

An exhibition showcasing collages from Truman Brewery's Gallery Six Member, Katy Mason.

Inspired by her work in textiles and fashion, Katy layers up conceptual illustrations with fabric, objects, jewellery and paint with an aim to produce peices with depth, texture and 3D features. Playing with the shapes and features of the face, using textiles to repeat and hone in on certain areas, Katy's uniquie work has a dream like and juxtaposed quality.
In Loving Memory of Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Robin's 5th solo show, looking at how a sense of spirituality can be achieved through colour and form. The art of the secular atheist, the show uses twelve nearly abstract paintings as an installation.
Artist In Residence

Phil Goss

Phil Goss's work straddles different mediums from drawing to textile design. His subjects exist in the twilight zone between the observed and the imagined. They are found lurking under lamp posts, pine forests or floating in the London canal.

His work is concerned with play between figuration, abstraction, and decoration. Phil Goss is influenced by writers such as J G Ballard who explore the destabilising of a singular meaning. He plays on the notion of what is coherent by combining different mediums often found outside the traditional gallery setting. The screen printed chairs become an embodiment of his disjointed view of the world, where his narratives merge with the furniture in the rooms.

Phil Goss studied English Literature BA, at Edinburgh University, and Visual Communication MA, at the Royal College of Art in 2013. He has shown at the V&A museum, Evelyn Yard, Aldeburgh Look out Tower, Geddes Gallery and London Design Festival; designed print for Paul Smith and Alex Eagle and has produced bespoke interiors for Blacks and Fix126; and is currently the Director of the Centre for Recent Drawing.