HUMAN MANIFESTO @ CENTRAL ST MARTINS, LONDON

Human Manifesto // CSM Student Union Gallery @ CSM

ArtsFems and LGBT+ present:

Human Manifesto

An ode to the exploration of the body as a queer person or woman, Human Manifesto presents a wide range of disciplines and styles to create discussion and clarity around the topic of queer or female being. Curated by a team comprised of committee members from UAL’s feminist and LGBT+ societies, the exhibition runs from the 8th of February until the 12th at Central Saint Martins, with the private view being held on the 7th of February from 6-8 PM. Drinks will be provided.



Featuring work by:

Mariana Fontes Cheniaux
Georges Bes de Berc
Gianina Ivodie
Liam J. Sproston
Andreea
Bill Redshaw
Margaux Derhy
Heather Gainey
Lucia Farrow
Abigail Hammond
Ella O’Loughlin
Beth Rankin
Babett Kurschner
Emma Charlier
Paul Chisholm
Al Hill
Eleanor West
Jo Lawn
Kat Outten

And performances by:

Colin Lievens
Kat Albiston

♿ The student gallery is outside the library at CSM, access is wheelchair accessible from entrance, with lift access to the space.

Poster Art by Grégory Romain Murphy

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QUEER ARTISTS NOW, ARCHIVE GALLERY, LONDON, OCTOBER, 2017.

The exhibition Queer Art(ists) Now will provide a snap-shot of what artists within our communities are making right now; an insight into the thoughts, preoccupations, aesthetics, and politics of queer artists. We are interested in the work YOU are making, the content and style is influenced by what you submit. So whilst you are Queer/LGBTQIA+ the work does not necessarily have to represent this, but equally can, and will. The exhibition will present a kaleidoscope of your artistry, as a window on what the fuck is going on.

Up to 50 artists will be selected by our panel to be included in a salon-style exhibition taking place at Archive Gallery in Haggerston, London, between  Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th October. 

Up to 50 artists will be selected by our panel to be included in a salon-style exhibition taking place at Archive Gallery in Haggerston, London, between Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th October.