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Black and White Building
74 Rivington Street, EC2A 3 London, United Kingdom
Nasty Women is a global art movement that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists. It draws together those who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, and abortion rights.
Over the past year we’ve seen some huge political shifts – here in the UK with Brexit, in the US with the election of President Trump, and around the globe. In a world that feels increasingly unpredictable we need our political leaders to stand up and show that one thing is non-negotiable – the human values of equality, fairness and compassion that defines our society.
To mark the International Day of Peace on Thursday 21st September, Nasty Women will be collaborating with Creative Debuts to hold its first art exhibition in London. Join us at the Black & White Building in Shoreditch, London where you will see a range of artists including photographers, video makers, and much much more! The money raised will go to support Rape Crisis UK and Women for Women.
Curated by Paige Megan Hawley & Rejane Bidi: In partnership with Creative Debuts
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