To mark the 70th anniversary of the declaration of human rights we’re very happy to announce that in partnership with Amnesty International UK, Riposte has curated a group exhibition that will run from 10—16th December at Coal Drops Yard. We'd love you to come and help us celebrate the launch with drinks and music on Human Rights Day, click here to RSVP.
Thirty artists have been invited to create work in response to the theme of protection. All profits from art sales will be donated to Amnesty.
The list of artists featured in the exhibition include:
Alva Skog, A Practice for Everyday Life, Chrissie Abbott, Cynthia Kittler, Esther Mahlangu, Erin Aniker, Guerilla Girls, Hattie Stewart, Jasmin Kaur Sehra, Joy Miessi, Juno Calypso, Katherine Plumb, Kelly Anna, Lauren Tamaki, Lotte Andersen, Lucienne Roberts, Lynnie Z, Lucy Hardcastle, Maisie Cousins, Manuja Waldia, Maya Fuhr, Mona Chalabi, Na Kim, Nadia Hernandez, Nathalie du Pasquier, Phoebe Collings James, Pinar Yolacan, Saskia Pomeroy, Sonya Dyakova, Steph Wilson
Alongside the exhibition there'll be a programme of events and a specially produced publication edited and designed by Riposte and printed by the Newspaper Club.
Artists from the exhibition explore the galvanising effect of anger and rage on their work. Moderated by Ashleigh Kane of Dazed, speakers include Joy Miessi, Phoebe Collings-James, Lotte Andersen and Steph Wilson. Book your tickets here.
Riposte and Rita's will host an intimate dinner for 20 people in the gallery space. Rita’s will provide the food from their new Bodega space at Coal Drops Yard. Book your tickets here.
Protection Family day
15 December 2018, 12 – 4pm
Protection, an exhibition from Riposte: open daily from 12-6pm
Exhibition runs: 10-16 December 2018 at Coal Drops Yard, Lower Stable Street, London, N1C 4DQ.
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