Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Panic @ The Old Abattoir

Guerilla Zoo's latest exhibition Panic, is a group exhibition of over 35 artists who find inspiration in the 1960's Panic Movement, showcasing a collection of surreal, controversial and provocative modern art.

The Old Abattoir is a brilliant location and enormous space, however, if you are the sort of person to pick up on negative energy, I'm sure you'll find plenty here with its history - having originally been a prison in 1800s, and then a huge abattoir and butchers until 1980s. Although unusual, this environment is ideal for the exhibition, complimenting the surrealist nature of the work.

From painting, to sculpture, film to installation - this exhibition is overflowing with exciting work, and demands you spend time to give it the appreciation it deserves.

Only open till Saturday, grab your chance to get down there now.

Sat 14th – Sat 21th Nov, 11am - 7pm, Every day (one week only!)
The Old Abattoir, 187 - 211 St John Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4LS

Holly Willats

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