Exhibition

KGB-Projects presents Religionis Violenta Exhibition

6 Sep 2012 – 11 Sep 2012

Event times

Open to public: Tue to Sun 11:00am - 19:00pm

Cost of entry

Free Admission

Accepted Rebellion

London, United Kingdom

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Religionis Violenta

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KGB-Projects presents Religionis Violenta, a sensational group show with some of the most prevalent artists from the UK and Malta at the prestigious London West Bank Gallery in West London's Notting Hill. The exhibition opens with a Private View and Launch Party on 6 September, 7pm with an Award Ceremony for Best-in-Show and Runner-up voted on by guests and announced on the evening. Religionis Violenta is taken from the Latin meaning for violent religion. The concept of the show initially emerged as a spontaneous reaction to the popular catchphrase ‘Where's your GOD now?' and the many conflicts that occur in the name of religion in a historical context and focuses mainly towards the Catholic faith. However outrageous the theme may be, we do not simply rely on shock tactics to bring the show to life, but also believe that the quality of the artwork showcased is paramount. Expect a tantalizing experience of contemporary art that stimulates the senses not only through vision but also through sound, smell and touch! Religionis Violenta will be showcasing artworks by 31 artists, focusing on dark humour, irony and obscenity, revealing the artists' taste for a bittersweet use of blasphemy, a snigger at and caustic provocation, including: paintings, drawings, limited edition prints, artistic photography, inventive mixed media, sculptures and decorative art. To attend the Private View Launch Party, please RSVP: info@kgbprojects.com Curated by Kane Cali & Gonny van Hulst The Biscuit Crew @ KGB-Projects

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