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Exhibition Detail
Postcards from Dystopia
Curated by: Tutte Newall
60 Great Suffolk Street
London SE1 0BL
United Kingdom

December 3rd, 2009 - December 21st, 2009
December 3rd, 2009 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Dystopian New York, Benjamin de BrousseBenjamin de Brousse, Dystopian New York,
2009, Oil on Paper, 5"x7"
© Benjamin de Brousse
Monument for New Rome, Frederico PenteadoFrederico Penteado, Monument for New Rome,
Acrylic on paper, 7 x 5 inches
© Frederico Penteado
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london bridge, southbank
open Monday to Sunday 1pm to 6 pm open by appointment at other times
surrealism, pop, mixed-media, graffiti/street-art

“A futuristic or imagined territory where a universal menace prevails”

An international exhibition of thirty artists presenting visions of a menacing universe with a collection of postcard sized works. This is in conjunction with a showcase of larger paintings of ominous dystopian territories by Tutte Newall and Andrew Hladky.

Our present culture holds a fascination with the concept of our own ordered civilization's collapse into chaos. 'Postcards from dystopia' explores this idea by delving into the realms of the imaginary and issuing visions from a dystopian and desolate environment.

With artists : Jessamyn Bailey, Nick Barratt, Anna Beam, Maria Colom, Giles Corby, Benjamin de Brousse, Ian Gamache, Linda Griffiths, Takayuki Hara, Joseph Hartley, Andrew Hladky, Gareth A Hopkins, HRLCK, Isabel Howlett, Julia Iwasz, Fiona Leighton-Crawford, Kate MacDonald, Ruth Martindale, Nick McLeod, Tutte Newall, Raksha Patel, Federico Penteado, Maria Theresa Santos, Satch, Fred Schimmelschmidt, Angela Smith, Carly Troncale, Lisa Vuerich, David Willis, Esther Yuan.

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