After 24 UK dates and five abroad were postponed in 2020, the relaunch poses to be a step up from 2019.
The exhibition was taken to Newcastle Racecourse two weeks ago, and viewed by 10,000 people, although the venue has already asked Brown to return for a full tour to be viewed by 60,000 people upwards.
While specific dates for this year’s tour are yet to be confirmed, the exhibition will be visiting Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, London, Durham, Bristol, Glasgow, Brighton, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leicester, Dublin, Hertfordshire, Bedford, Belfast and Sheffield.
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Poems - also written by Brown - about the scene will accompany the artwork too, adding a multimedia touch to this year’s exhibition.
These poems, paintings and images of each leg of the exhibition will be combined with stories and facts about various venues and DJs to form a book being put together by Brown: also called 'The History Of House’. This book will be launched in Newcastle, Ibiza, London and Glasgow with DJs playing alongside.
You can find out more about the exhibition and Davey Brown’s work on his website.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter