#MYNAMEIS is a public exhibition investigating the importance of names, the perception they give and the burden they may carry. Consisting of five works, each located on a billboard in various locations throughout London, the pieces encompass varying ideas on the assumptions and stereotypes that are associated with a name.
Artists Nastasia Alberti, Duval Timothy, Kevin Morosky, Annie Mackin and Turner Prize winner Gillian Wearing (who for her piece shot another Gillian Wearing) have each produced a work which explores an aspect of what a name means, how we interact with them and how we're affected by these titles everyday.
These pieces will be unveiled to the public on Friday June 20th with a private view bus tour. Brought to you by Annin Arts - whose last exhibition was 'Bus Stops' by Juergen Teller (which featured Teller's pieces atop bus shelters along The Strand)  it is set to be another interesting way for Londoners to interact with original art as they go about their daily life.

Artwork locations are as follows:

Gillian Wearing by Gillian Wearing - London Bridge Station, SE1 9SL - Billboard no 1331

Lateefa Smith / Chang Jian Wen by Kevin Morosky - 178 Westbourne Grove, W11 2AD - Billboard no 1458

Annie Mac by Annie Mackin - Camden Town, Camden Road Station, NW1 9LS - Billboard no 1105

'London Bridge Arizona Arizona London Bridge' by Duval Timothy - London Bridge Station, Duke Street Hill, SE1 2SW - Billboard no 8171

Karley Sciortino by Nastasia Alberti - 129/127 Hackney Road,  E2 7QS - Billboard no 0237