Ben Uri Museum’s New Exhibit “Unexpected”

Unexpected: continuing narratives of identity and migration

A new exhibition in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts, juxtaposing works from Ben Uri’s permanent collection by artists including Frank Auerbach and Eva Frankfurther with invited artists offers a contemporary response across a range of practices and media.

Artists include Behjat Omer Abdulla, Güler Ates, James Russell Cant, Ana Cvorovic, Juan Delgado, Tam Joseph, Joyce Kalema, Jasleen Kaur, Fowokan George Kelly, Jessica Marlowe, Edwin Mingard, Eugene Palmer, Zory Shahrokhi, Salah Ud Din and others.

17 February – 24 April 2016

Free Entry

Ben Uri Gallery

108A Boundary Road, London NW8 0RH

telephone +44 (0)207 604 3991

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Immigrant Jewish artists founded Ben Uri and made a significant contribution to its development over the past 100 years. Today Ben Uri’s work explores themes of Art, Identity and Migration through exhibitions, cultural partnerships, outreach and education.

Preferred Partner Manya Igel Fine Arts (www.manyaigelfinearts.com) generously supports Free Entry to all Ben Uri Exhibitions.

Image above: Fowokan George Kelly’s sculpture Natty Roots, Natty Bongo 2012, bronze © the artist.

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