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Exhibitions at Rich Mix - April and May 2015

Exhibition preview

RICH Mix has a number of exhibitions lined up for the coming weeks.

Majajani – Mezzanine and Lower Café Gallery until April 30. Free.

This exhibition shows Chila Kumari Burman’s work from 2000 to the present. A feast for the senses, it challenges stereotypical ideas about Asian feminine identities.

Drawing Mudras: A Practice of Care – Lower Café Gallery from May 1 to May 4. Free.

A pop-up exhibition and series of participatory workshops led by artist Sarah Lawton in collaboration with participants from the South Asian Diaspora, in East London.

The Landscape of Murder – Mezzanine from May 8 to May 30. Free.

A photographic project by Antonio Zazueta Olmos documenting every place where a murder happened in London within the M25 in 2011-2012.

Island Girl Photography – Lower Café Gallery from May 8 to May 17. Free.

Island Girl is a project which has engaged a group of girls and young women from the Girls Group at George Green’s School in a series of research and photography workshops.

DIY Cultures – Lower Café Gallery from May 22 to June 12. Free.

DIY Justice explores the intersections of activism, craft and lo-fi art production accompanying struggles for justice. The space doubles as reading room and community hub.

For more information visit

Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA