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Two exhibitions of Artists of the East London Group

From Mile End to Mayfair: The East London Group & their contemporaries

Mon to Fri: 10am-3pm, Sat: 10am–5pm. 2 September 2017 to 6 January 2018
Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Commercial Rd, Southampton SO14 7LY

The East London Group was formed from evening classes in Bow in East London in the mid-1920s. The majority of the members were working East End men and women. Walter Sickert mentored the group and the exhibition explores this link. Many of the Group’s iconic pieces will be on display, some of which have not been seen in public for more than eighty years.

Free admission

The Working Artist: The East London Group

Tues-Sun, 10am to 5pm. 29 September to 17 December 2017
Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, 181 Bow Rd, London E3 2SJ

Curated by writer broadcaster Michael Rosen and radio producer film-maker Emma-Louise Williams. Exhibition of the work of the East London group, focusing on Albert Turpin, window cleaner, artist and political activist, with new in-situ commissions by artists working in east London today.

Free admission

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