We are flooded by imagery.
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experience - something
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Is a new visual .-.. .- -. --. ..- .- --. .
We have found creations that bring us joy or evoke emotions made in the midst of this political s***show across Europe.
And we want to show them to you.
Great Art does not have to be political
Great art doesn’t even have to be visually spectacular. Duschamps proved that. Doris Salcedo proved that. Martin Creed too.
And the reactions to a life changing piece can be just as subtle:
A knowing nod
A quiet tut
The drinks reception will open on Friday 15th November from 6pm and feature performances from dancers and artists alike from 7pm with refreshments provided throughout the night.
The exhibition will be open to the public for the rest of the week and weekend closing on the 21st November at 6pm.
The address is:
The Old Biscuit Factory
The closes tube station is Bermondsey (on the Jubilee Line) which is a 3 minute walk away and South Bermondsey (accessible by the overground) is a 5 minute walk away.
A collaboration between Christopher Spring, the creator of Corridor Gallery and Art In Brighton, and the artist Constantin III – Nou Wave is a pop up gallery born in the UK with the first of many shows at the renowned Old Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey on the 15th - 21st November.