Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja Exhibits Unseen Album Artwork

The former graffiti artist opens Fire Sale this week, an exhibition of his artwork displayed collectively for the first time.
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The former graffiti artist opens Fire Sale this week, an exhibition of his artwork displayed collectively for the first time.

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It's been over two decades since their debut album, but trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack still hold a huge influence over modern dance music, recently working with Mercury Award-winning post-dubstep star Burial on the awesome 'Four Walls/Paradise Circus' in 2011.

Founding member Robert Del Naja (aka 3D), originally a graffiti artist with Bristol's notorious Wild Bunch (also including DJ Nature, Nellee Hooper, and Tricky) this week opens 'Fire Sale', a retrospective of the painting and design which helped define the band over the past 20 years.

The 'Fire Sale' exhibition takes place at Lazarides Rathbone, 11 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HR from 24th May to 20th June (open Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 7pm, admission free).

For more information visit www.lazinc.com

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