Artists, thinkers & curators respond to the theme of revolution...
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Food of War presents
Until Friday 28 April
In a nutshell
An art exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster and the way it affected life and food in Europe.
The Chernobyl Disaster occurred during the Cold War and it alarmed the whole Europe about what was safe to eat and drink. The Food of War Art collective considers of great relevance the consequences of this incident at the table of several European Countries where the radioactive cloud passed.
What to Expect
An art show with paintings, photographs, mixed media and Gastroperformances.
Omar Castaneda is a Colombian artist whose art practice revolves around food as medium and subject.
Quintina Valero is a Spanish documentary and press Photographer focused on human rights and humanitarian crises.
Simone Mattar is a Brazilian artist and creator of the Gastroperformance where she unifies design, art, culture and food.
Zinaida Lihacheva is a Ukranian artist and designer, works at the intersection of applied and core arts.
Carolina Munoz is a singer who explores the traditional opera and the contemporary movements of South American music.
Hernan Barros is a Visual artist working the concepts of food and history.
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'Rich Mix is central to the art scene in Shoreditch but also a referent of the exciting and diverse cultural scene of London.'
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Things you should know
Please join us for the Launch Event on Wed 5 Apr from 6pm. This will involve live performances in the Main Space.
This exhibition is suitable for ages 16+
This event is wheelchair accessible.