Isolation and solitude are words that most visual artists will relate to, they work alone in a studio, a shed or at home so the prospect of enforced isolation may seem like the perfect time to make art.
At the moment things are different though! It’s not just isolation or social distancing, the entire fabric of society has been ripped apart before our eyes.

This exhibition shows how The London Group artists are reacting to the current social and world climate

Featuring work from 51 members in all mediums. Take a walk, wall by wall through digital renditions of colour, movement, form and texture.

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Duration 26 May 2020 - 01 July 2020
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Cost Free
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