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Exhibitions at Rich Mix - June/July 2016

Exhibition preview

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

The Reinvention of Writing – in the Mezzanine Gallery from June 10 to June 30. Free

Parisian artist Kofi Frimpong shows London the reinvention of writing.

80’s to Lately: A Queer Celebration – in the Lower Café Gallery from June 15 to June 28. Free.

Hussina Raja’s first solo exhibition invites audiences to celebrate queer culture during PRIDE.

Exhibi5tions – at Venue 1 on Saturday, June 18 at 7.30pm. Tickets: £10.

Mingbeast brings together brand new original performance by UK and International artists working in theatre, live and visual art, dance and music.

Something to Declare – in the Green Room Basement on Saturday, June 25 at 1pm. Free.

Come to the Something to Declare Arrivals Bureau to record your own or your family’s arrival in London – story to be integrated into an online world map showing most of us do have Something to Declare.

Through the Lens – in the Lower Café Gallery from July 2 to July 13. Free.

Through the Lens captures the year-long journey of 21 schools in East London and the East Midlands that teamed up to ask the question, ‘What are British Values?’.

Dust and Shadows: Londonessence by Ed Gray – in the Mezzanine Gallery from July 5 to July 28. Free.

London figurative painter Ed Gray showcases a collection of paintings and prints inspired by Adoration paintings from the renaissance, depicting gritty contemporary snatches of London life that pulsate with allegory and mythicism.

The Night Time Economy – in the Lower Café Gallery from July 16 to July 28. Free.

A collaborative exhibition of photography and poetry exploring the often violent environment of Newport’s nightclubs and pubs.

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