EXHIBITION: Join us at “Riot Here, Riot Now” a group show at W3 Gallery

02 Nov EXHIBITION: Join us at “Riot Here, Riot Now” a group show at W3 Gallery

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Exhibition poster for "Riot Here, Riot Now" group show

Exhibition poster for “Riot Here, Riot Now” group show

 

Curated by artists Lucy Sparrow and Carrie Reichardt for the W3 gallery, a community gallery which celebrates and supports artists however diverse and is a brilliant resource of inspiration for Acton and the surrounding areas.

31st October to 1st December. W3 Gallery (185 High Street, Acton, London, W3 9DJ).

Come and see (or even buy!) artwork by political artists including our own Sarah Corbett & have a little look in the affordable shop for other products by these artists (including our A Little Book of Craftivism & other products)

In the words of Lucy:

“Welcome to the future, a dystopian land of bullshit soup and glass grenades, won’t you come on in? 

Anarchy reigns supreme in the capital long after pulling the ejector seat on the establishment you can expect from Riot Here, Riot Now to be transported to a colourful and politically charged show all using craft mediums such as ceramics, sewing and metalwork. 

Much inspired by the London riots many of the pieces poke holes and question the current political landscape of the country as it is today and how we got here in the first place, are we all just mad in England?”

Artist Line Up

Sarah Corbett of Craftivist Collective
Chris Cudlip
Rayna Fahey
Philip Hardakar
CLAIRE HEATH ART
Lady Muck
Kevin O’Donohoe
Carrie Reichardt
Nick Reynolds
Thayen Rich
Sian Wonnish Smith
Lucy Sparrow
Webbo Bts
Mark Wydler
Karen Wydler

Sarah will be exhibiting 3 mini protest masks & selling prints of the masks in situ as well as other Craftivist Collective products to raise money to help sustain the Craftivist Collective’s work.

Unmasking Inequality

Unmasking Inequality. Hand stitched mask by Sarah Corbett. Photograph by Mark Loudon

Unmasking Inaction made by Sarah Corbett. Photograph by Robin Prime

Unmasking Inaction. Hand stitched mask by Sarah Corbett. Photograph by Robin Prime

 

Unmasking Individualism. Hand stitched mask by Sarah Corbett. Photograph by Mark Loudon

Unmasking Individualism. Hand stitched mask by Sarah Corbett. Photograph by Mark Loudon

More information on the Facebook event here

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