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Four FREE exhibitions not to miss this February – March

  • Oxo Tower Wharf

Over the next couple of months we are delighted to host an exciting programme of fashion and issue-based exhibitions at Oxo Tower Wharf. Plan your visit.

LCF MA18 exhibition: Media and Communication

Discover work by the UK’s leading creative postgraduates from London College of Fashion UAL, in photography, costume design, film making, media production, fashion culture, curation and journalism, before they go on to shape every aspect of the fashion industry.

Find out more about MA Fashion Photography in this show preview blog post on Arts Thread.
15-18 February, Bargehouse

Ram Shergill, MA Fashion Photography, ‘The Peacock Effect’

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide

Kick off a month of celebration for gender equality with a photography exhibition illustrating CARE International UK’s initiative Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide. Expect photo essays featuring inspiring women from developing countries where CARE International UK’s Lendwithcare initiative operates, illustrating how entrepreneurship empowers small business owners to work their way out of poverty with dignity, providing lasting social change. The exhibition forms part of their month-long #March4Women campaign.
28 February-11 March, gallery@oxo

CARE International UK: Best friends Lucia Mudima and Mai Chimboza share a joke at their market stall in Mbare

The Spiral of Containment: Rape’s Aftermath

Explore a powerful multimedia art installation created by survivor and camerawoman Elisa L. Iannacone, which reflects on the psychological impact of rape through the imagination’s eye. Iannaccone’s project aims to open up the dialogue revolving around rape and to act as a part of the healing process, allowing fellow survivors to express trauma through art. Featuring 25 rape survivors’ stories and a responsive soundscape, this exhibition will tackle taboos and allow audiences to become active participants within the environment.
8 March–11 March, Bargehouse

Elisa L. Iannacone, Drowning

Reframe Dementia

Break through the stigma and misunderstanding around dementia with an exhibition by Alzheimer’s Research UK exploring personal stories behind the condition. This multimedia exhibition takes on one of the most feared health conditions and looks at it from a different viewpoint, exploring the stories behind it and showcasing the incredible work going on in labs up and down the country to defeat it.
15-18 March, gallery@oxo

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