Featuring 200 new works by Moir, who reputedly counts Damien Hirst among his fans, the show runs until October 2.
It reflects his wide-ranging interest in celebrity, nature, architecture – and, of course, surreal fantasy assemblages.
“Putting your imagination on canvas or a television screen is the same thing,” Moir says. “If you’ve got an idea you have got to have an outlet for it. So if it’s painting, poetry, singing or acting it all comes out somewhere.”
Moir recently exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, where he sold a work during the opening day, and has also exhibited at The Art Car Boot Fair.
All the works in Grosvenor’s exhibition are framed and priced at £250, including portraits, landscapes, still-lifes and montages.