Exhibition : The Tunnel presents Ivan’s Childhood (basement gallery). 26th to 29th May

Private View / Public Opening with performances : Thursday 26th May 6.30 to 9.30pm

Ivan’s Childhood is a group show drawing inspiration from the 1962 Soviet anti-war film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.

The Tunnel are a group of artists, poets and performers based in London. They curate several shows a year using literature, poetry or film as a base. Their work covers most disciplines of creative output, some working in more than one format. From painting and sculptural works they have grown to include new media formats as well as traditional forms of expression such as writing, poetry, performance and music. Currently standing at over 30 members and growing, the collective will present a diverse collection of work.


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