Venue: Gallery Cafe
7pm to 9pm | Free
Join us for the closing party of Not Being Funny as we open late for the last Friday of our January exhibition by Leyla Reynolds. ‘Not Being funny’ is an exhibition exploring the post-referendum landscape that Britons inhabit in 2018.
This exploration takes place through the prism of portraits of establishment figures that contributed notably to the ensuing climate of xenophobia. Not being funny’ is a showcase, casting a satirical lens over the gulf between the public and private faces of our establishment, through the medium of illustration.
Leyla Reynolds is an artist and curator based in London whose practice concerns the intersection between visual representations and socio-political change.
She is currently art director at award-winning online magazine gal-dem (run by women and non-binary people of colour) and has worked with clients including Adidas, Tate, Amnesty International, End Aids UK, The Guardian, Tate Britain, Greater London Assembly and V&A.
The exhibition is on from 09/01/19 - 05/02/19