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Working Class Creatives Database presenting ‘Unknown Friends’

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Working Class Creatives Database presenting ‘Unknown Friends’

Join us for the private view of Working Class Creatives Database presenting ‘Unknown Friends’
Kindly supported by @HattonGdn
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PRIVATE VIEW Friday 21st April 6-9pm
First Floor, 32-38 Saffron Hill, Farringdon, EC1N 8FH

22nd April to 21st May 2023
Open Friday – Monday 10am until 6pm
With additional days open by appointment

‘Unknown Friends’ brings together work from a group of artists spanning disciplines that include painting, sculpture, prose, and photography. The exhibition explores threads of narrative, interwoven by a labour of love; formed in landscapes and materials, observations and people. Each is bound by the same eventual disintegration, reincarnation, and regeneration. Through time and loss; through the organic or the digital.

Throughout, is a question of permanence, change, and identity. All questioned through layering textures, materials, or processes. The exhibition aims to not resolve, but instead to reflect on these themes throughout the space, and between pieces; allowing conversation and discussion to flourish.

‘Unknown Friends’ is an exhibition of work by:
@crimsonboner @yasmine.bre @sleepingdavecorbett @zeverz @_wesfoster_  @lesleyillingworthartist @jennymckimmart @sylwianarbutt @katouttahere @peevers_artwork @moeredish

Contact Information
Email: Zoe Everett _ [email protected]

@workingclasscreativesdatabase aims to facilitate a space that puts working-class creatives at the forefront; A space for conversation, connections, and sharing of opportunities, skills, and knowledge. This database is about creating a community amongst working-class artists and encouraging greater representation of the working-class experience within the arts.

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