'Bunch Of Stars' exhibition at the Red Gallery.
Illustrators have been sought out from the furthest reaches of the globe including Guatemala, Iceland, Uganda and Indonesia to celebrate and explore the concept of how stars appear different depending on where in the world you happen to be gazing from. The stars depict a dramatic array of cultural influences, embracing nature, environment, folklore, history and visual arts.
There will be sixteen stars showcased at the exhibition, which opens with a private view on Tuesday 25th May, and runs until Friday 28th May. Limited edition t-shirts and letter pressed posters have been produced to accompany the show. P
Tuesday 25th to Friday 28th May
Red Gallery |1—3 Rivington St | London EC2A 3DT
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