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Exhibitions at Rich Mix - July/August 2015

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

Road Block Project – in the Mezzanine Gallery until July 31. All day. Free.

The Road Block Collective is a group of artists and activists who explore how power inscribes itself in urban space through architecture and images.

Glass and Mirrors – in the Lower Café Gallery until July 31. Free.

Digital Creative and Photographer Brad Hobbs presents a uniquely British perspective on the capital with a collection of prints taking a slice of life in London.

Merging Inks – in the Main Space on July 30 at 7.30pm. Tickets: £7, £5 in advance and concessions.

An international visual arts and music event blending creative talent from across the world, live, resulting in an exhibition produced in front of the audience.

Rich Mix Youth Takeover Festival: Treehouse – in the Main Space on August 12 at 7pm (doors). Free.

After the success of the premier TreeHouse, Mathieu Ajan returns showcasing spectacular art both on canvas and stage. The evening kicks off with a photographic exhibition accompanied by the work of film makers, with live performances ranging from monologues, acoustic music and spoken word. There will also be a special guest on the night.

Rich Mix Youth Takeover Festival: Take Me To Rio – in the Lower Café Gallery from August 4 to August 20. Free.

Take me to Rio will showcase artists who in different ways have explored this year’s chosen theme – Faith – through their individual practice and will facilitate workshops during the exhibition alongside invited educators, elders, storytellers, young academics, artists and engaging more young people, especially Somali young people.

For more information visit

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