First Eleven celebrates transformative power of football shirts in World Cup exhibition

By Culture24 Reporter | 13 June 2014

Coinciding with the World Cup, an exhibition of 11 artists in London features kit designs distinctly bereft of minimal designs and sponsor logos

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Match screenings from the World Cup, a food stall serving luxury burgers, a vertical pitch, collectable shiny stickers and limited edition prints also feature.

A series of five-second animations by artists, recreating classic World Cup moments from history, will screen throughout the show. Visit Culture24 to see some of them during the tournament.

  • First Eleven is at KK Outlet, London until June 30 2014.

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