Toby Mott Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Toby Mott is a 58-years-old British Artist from the United Kingdom. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

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According to the wiki and biography of Toby Mott was born on 12 January 1964 in United Kingdom. let’s check out the Toby’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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Mott said of this exhibition “I was going to call the exhibition, ‘I’ll keep looting until I get caught’— a quote from a looter but which could equally apply to a banker, [T]hose at the bottom are taking their lead from those at the top; although the rioters act in a cruder way, it is essentially the same thing.”


Mott launched a counter culture book fair called Cultural Traffic. It launched at Truman’s Brewery in Shoreditch in 2016. The fair showcases affordable art that is engaged in current social and political issues. The debut collection showcased works from contributors such as Angel Rose, Skin Deep, William Ling Fine Art, and The Photocopy Club.


In March 2014, Mott participated in London’s Jewish Book Week. He spoke on a panel on the Jewish roots of punk alongside Geoff Travis, Daniel Miller, Charles Shaar Murray, and Vivien Goldman.

In 2014, Mott launched the website as a way to promote the brand. He released a line of vintage slogan T-shirts for the Toby Shop. The design is similar to T-shirts he first created in 1999, but with a modern twist. The line of shirts features slogans like “Show Me The Moet” and “Saturday Girl.”


In 2013, Toby Mott exhibited a print edition of the original album art work for De La Soul’s 3 Feet High and Rising, displayed alongside memorabilia such as Mott’s original sketch, his gold disc, and other items from his private collection. Mott wrote an essay meant to accompany the exhibition in which he described the creation of the 1989 album art. He was commissioned to design the album cover by Tommy Boy Records and invited the De La Soul trio to his New York loft. Atop a stepladder, he took the now-iconic black and white photograph of the three and added the dayglo “daisy-age” art in post-production.

An exhibition of forty-five 7″ single covers by David Bowie, from his Berlin period. Accompanied by the exhibition catalogue David Bowie – Nacht Musik, designed and printed by Ditto Press

In 2013, Mott curated an exhibition called “Where Have All The Bootboys Gone? Skinhead Style and Graphic Subculture.” The exhibition was held at the London College of Communication, a constituent college of the University of the Arts London. It was said to be an exploration of the Skinhead subculture, its ties to the punk movement and Oi!, and the aesthetics and politics therein. Mott was criticized for opening the exhibit during Black History Month, but he defended his position saying, “I don’t understand the objection. I thought everyone loves skinheads. They are as British as chicken korma.”


In September 2011 Toby Mott produced a series of paintings inspired by the 2011 England riots, the resulting exhibition ‘Unrest’ was exhibited at Vegas Gallery, London. Many of the paintings in the exhibition were brandished with the slogan ‘All Coppers Are Bastards’ in gold leaf a reference to the legendary punk/political slogan.

In October 2011, Knightsbridge gallery New Contemporary presented a solo exhibition of paintings by Mott entitled ‘This Means Everything’. “The show is comprised of collection of new paintings addressing our culture’s present preoccupation with fame and success versus the historical background of nihilism and anarchy as epitomised by the punk movement.”

In February 2011 Mott exhibited another part of his collection, ‘Crass, selections from The Mott Collection’, an exhibition of objects and artefacts centred on the anarchic, post-punk culture of the British band Crass, at the Roth gallery, New York. The exhibition featured artwork, albums and ephemera, including original 12″ LPs and EPs, 7″ singles from Crass Records, and a complete set of Crass’ iconic house zine, Inter-National Anthem. The material featured in the exhibition spanned the high period of Crass’ endeavours, from 1978 to 1984, and constituted a special segment of The Mott Collection.


Mott divorced celebrity hairdresser Louise Galvin in 2008 after one year of marriage, as reported in the Evening Standard. Mott met Galvin through a mutual friend, she was already several months pregnant when they married. “The marriage was never going to work, I discovered Louise had matching Louis Vuitton luggage” says Mott.


The label was launched at London Fashion Week in 1998.


Mott was a co-founder of the East London art group the Grey Organisation (GO) who were active from 1983 to 1991. GO worked in several mediums including film and video and participated in over 20 international exhibitions. In January 1985 the group committed an act of “art terrorism” by smuggling one of their paintings into the International Contemporary Arts Fair in London. The following year they mounted an attack on Cork Street, then the centre of the London art world, splashing grey paint on the windows of a number of galleries. After this, members of the group were arrested and for a time banned from central London. This resulted in them relocating to New York City where they exhibited at The Civilian Warfare Gallery in the East Village. When GO disbanded in 1991, Mott pursued a solo career exhibiting at White Columns NYC, The Thomas Soloman Garage, Los Angeles and Interim Art, London. He was for many years represented by the Maureen Paley gallery.


In the early 1980s he lived at the Carburton Street squats in Fitzrovia, a centre of artistic activity at the time – other residents included Boy George, Marilyn, Cerith Wyn Evans, Fiona Russell-Powell and Mark Lebon. During this period Mott appeared in a number of films made by the British director Derek Jarman, notably The Angelic Conversation and also appearing in Gilbert & George’s “Exister” pieces from 1984, currently in the Tate Collection.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s he was based in New York and Los Angeles working part-time as a bicycle messenger and as an art director for MTV making music videos for various groups, among them Public Enemy, A Tribe called Quest and The Rolling Stones. In 1989 Mott designed album cover graphics for groups such as Information Society and De La Soul, most notably their debut album 3 Feet High and Rising


Mott began his collection in the late 1970s. In addition to the iconic works of the era, notably those produced by Jamie Reid for The Sex Pistols and Linder Sterling for the Buzzcocks, it includes propaganda from political groups such as Rock Against Racism and the British National Front and memorabilia from the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II, an event that collided with punk’s high-water mark in 1977. Esopus released material from the Mott Collection related to Margaret Thatcher in 2013. The special edition publication came with several facsimile reproductions of archival materials and a removable insert that commemorated Thatcher’s polarizing tenure.


Toby Victor Mott (born 12 January 1964) is a British artist, designer and sometime Punk historian known for his work with the Grey Organisation, an artists’ collective that was active in the 1980s, and for his fashion brand Toby Pimlico. More recently he has become known for his Mott Collection, an archive of UK punk rock and political ephemera that includes over 1,000 posters, flyers and fanzines.

Toby Mott was born in London 1964. He received a scholarship to attend the progressive, independent St. Mary’s Town and Country School. At some point, the scholarship was withdrawn, and he went on to complete his schooling at Pimlico Comprehensive where he shared a classroom with the screenwriter Amy Jenkins and Patrick Harrington an infamous leading member of the National Front. He later studied art at Westminster Kingsway College where Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols was an alumnus. Mott was a founder member of the ASA (Anarchist Street Army, a late 1970s organisation that caused disturbances in the Pimlico area of London).

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Age (2021)58 Years
Date Of Birth12 January 1964
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The Toby Victor Mott Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

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Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD

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