Caged Bird Sings; A show about breaking the ties that bind

Bare/not Projects are an exciting group of new curators from Central St Martins who have put together an art show at the Crypt Gallery in London. The exhibition is about freedom and includes work about human trafficking and our right to be free. 21 artists, sculptors, film-makers and photographers had an open brief to deconstruct and challenge ideas of restriction. STOP THE TRAFFIK and the Anti-Slavery Organisation are both involved. Check it out!

The gallery runs from 12:30 to 6pm, 15th – 20th April.

Featured artists – James Roper, Klarita Pandolfi, Eoghan Deane, Antonio Pagani, Dorothy Yoon, Reme Campos, Jo Young, Paul Dawes, Kika Nicolela, Hester Jones, Stella O, Daisy McMullan, Sarah Misselbrook, Andrew Graves-Johnston, Taciana Coimbra, Domenico Bolano, Luigi Menichelli, Max Lamour, Arturo Zavala Haag, Tom Lovelace and Elizabeth Shingleton.

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