Exhibition | Vicious Circle | Contemporary Art at The Old Biscuit Factory | London, United Kingdom | Art Week

Vicious Circle

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Friday, 6 December 2019 to Sunday, 19 January 2020
Opening: 
Friday, 6 December 2019 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm

A year is enough time to make a lot of things happen and we are more than blessed to have organized art shows in South America, Europe and the UK. We collaborated with creatives from different fields, art curators and artists and brought together people from all walks of life with our art events. We are happy to have met all of you!

 

While 2019 is coming to an end we were reflecting on the importance of respecting endings as much as anticipating new beginnings. On that aspect our next show ‘Vicious Circle’ is inviting artists to reflect on their never-ending creative processes. Endings birth beginnings and beginnings birth endings. 

 

Our show ‘Vicious Circle’ will be on for six weeks at our massive gallery space in The Old Biscuit Factory in London from the 6th Dec 2019 until the 19th Jan 2020. Our aim is to showcase the continuing creative processes of artists from around the world. 

 

Exhibition Opening Event:  06 Dec 2019, 6-9pm

 

Duration: 06 Dec 2019 – 19 Jan 2020 - open daily 10am-4pm

Admission Free

The Old Biscuit Factory

100 Clements rd

Block F

SE16 4DG

London

UK

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100 Clements rd

Block F

SE16 4DG

London

UK

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