Borderline Exhibition by Red Propeller Gallery November 2017

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Borderline Exhibition by Red Propeller Gallery November 2017

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Red Propeller Gallery will open it’s doors to the public on Friday 3rd November at 6pm, for the launch of it’s latest show ‘Borderline’.

Artists from all over the world will be featured in this exhibition including Tracy Hamer (Bali) and L7M (Brazil). Also featuring TRXTR, Lucie Smailes, David V. Johnson, Connor McIntyre, Ben Allen, Enzo Marra, Kristina Bieganski, Scott Mackie, James Stewart, Karen Thomas, Dan Cimmermann, Angel41, Janec Van Even and James Willis.

‘Borderline’ has given artists a chance to interpret the title in their own style.

“We are excited to reveal the work that has been submitted by our artists. It’s been very interesting to see how they have interpreted the title - some exploring the borders of mental health and others the more physical borders in our world. This has been a particularly interesting exhibition to put together. For me, the subject of mental health is particularly relevant in our society at the moment and I’m keen to promote the exploration of this. I think it’s a really important subject and art is a brilliant medium in which to communicate it’s depth. The exhibit will be delivered with Red Propeller’s infamous vibe!” - Charlotte Meads.

The exhibit will run from November 3rd until December 7th.

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