An exhibition of paintings, prints and sculptures by Frank Creber | Timothy Hyman | Michael Johnson | Andrea McLean | Victoria Rance
Artists Andrea McLean, Victoria Rance, Timothy Hyman, Michael Johnson and Frank Creber have spent many happy hours, working alongside their communities, at the bottom of the telescope looking upwards at the machinery of government. Their diverse works tell a story about how the messy detail of a citizens lives are inextricably linked to the broader narrative of history, politics and belief systems. The show features images of the built environment and our complex engagement with nature.
Saturday 7 April to Sunday 22 April 2018
Thames-Side Studios Gallery
Harrington Way, Woolwich, London SE18 5NR, UK
Open Thursday to Sunday 12-5pm and by appointment
Private View Friday 6th April 2018 6.30 – 8.30pm
Finssage event on Saturday 21st April 2-4pm
Artist talks and discussions on the theme of good and bad government.