Sydney: Exhibition to examine social and economic inequality

Occupy image by Nicole Moir.

Occupy this Invasion
Wed Feb 1, 6pm
Little Fish Gallery
22 Enmore Rd, Newtown
Submission dates: Thurs Jan 27- Sun Jan 31
Mediums: Any 
Ph: 0449 288 904

Little Fish Gallery is proud to present its latest group show inspired by the global Occupy movement and which marks Invasion Day on January 26. This exhibition transcends political “isms“ and welcomes people with an array of different views to participate in creative dialogue whilst building community through the processes of art.

The exhibition delves into issues pertaining to land rights; the widening gap between the rich and the poor; unequal access to resources such as health and shelter; and the continuation of discrimination against the poor.

The exhibiting artists include: Anita Shirley, Alyx Guidi, Azlan McLennon, Andres Jose Garcia, Anthony Sawrey, Creative Action Occupy Sydney, Elaine Syron, Frachesco Newman, Gordon Syron, Hugo Velasco, Luisa Velasco, Nicola Moir, Paul Carson, Sandy Parsons, Tessa Ramsey, The Juice Media, Tom Loveday, Van Than Rudd, plus a lot more.

Occupy this Invasion is still taking expressions of interest.

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