Art on the Underground presents new mural at Brixton station

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Art on the Underground presents new mural at Brixton station

Artist, Aliza Nisenbaum, has spent the last three months creating a large-scale group portrait specifically for the entrance of Brixton Underground station. 

The mural captures portraits of 15 staffers – including train drivers, customer service staff and cleaners – who work on the Transport for London network from Brixton station.

With over 30 million journeys made through Brixton station each year the mural is expected to be seen by a diverse audience.

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