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Exhibition Detail
Project 2012 End Of The World Exhibition Part II
Curated by: Lili Phelouzat
155 Battersea Park Road
London SW8 4BU
United Kingdom


March 1st, 2012 - March 4th, 2012
Opening: 
March 1st, 2012 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
Landscape (With Sin), Jonathan AliboneJonathan Alibone, Landscape (With Sin),
2006, Mixed media on board, 91 x 91 x 5cm
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This new curated project is based around the end of the world apocalyptic theories predicting that the world as we know it will disappear on December 21st 2012. Artists from all disciplines are invited to reflect on this subject and express their opinion whether they support this doomed prediction or not. 

2012 aims to provide a platform to reflect on the path our society has taken in relation to other cultures throughout history as well as nature.  We believe the end of the world can be an inspiring source for creation and destruction. 

Project 2012 is an itinerant art exhibition which will around London. There will be 5 shows, one week long, per season (Autumn 2011/Winter 2011/Spring 2012/Summer 2012/ Autumn 2012) and the Grand Finale on 21/12/12 which  will gather all the artists who have taken place on the previous ones.

Project 2012 aims to provide a platform to reflect on the path our society has taken in relation to other cultures throughout history as well as nature. The end of the world can be an inspiring source for creation and destruction, whether you believe it is coming or not.

Private view is on 1st of March from 6pm-10pm
*Please join us*

For the rest of the days, opening times are the following:

Friday 2nd: 12pm-6pm
 
Saturday 3rd: 12pm-6pm

*From 3pm we will reveal the winner of the writing contest 'Scenes of the Apocalypse' and Reverend Nemu will delight us with some readings. Tea and biscuits provided.

*Please join us*  

Sunday 4th: 12pm-6pm

*Performance by EcoTort, TBC.

How to get there:

By tube: closest station is Vauxhall (Victoria Line)
Rail: Battersea Park
Buses:344, 44, 156, 452, 137, N44, N137




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