19 - 22 Nov 2015
The event will include a private view on the evening 19th which will run from 6-8pm.
5 Hastings Street
London, Londres, WC1H 9PZ
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De jeunes artistes du Royaume-Uni ré-imaginent ce à quoi le Royaume-Uni pourrait ressembler sans alimentation par le charbon. Ils explorent les arguments en faveur de l'élimination progressive du charbon au Royaume-Uni et offrent une vision positive d'un avenir propre pour le pays.
As the UK heads for a record low in coal consumption in 2015, and the UK government looks to phase out the dirty energy source entirely, emerging artists will envisioning a coal free future. Artworks will vary from 2D work to audio/visual displays and will tackle issues from coal's impact on health to its impact on the natural environment.
Hidden beneath a trap door of a ethical fashion store in Bloomsbury, the exhibition will be brought to life by its industrial setting.
The exhibition will include a private view on Thursday 19th November between 6pm and 8pm.
Due to the constraints of being held in a basement we are sorry to say there will be no disabled access.