Artist Profile



Work by over 30 artists and artist collectives explores the historical relationship between art and the labour movement. Contemporary and archival artworks and ‘visual protests’, including banners, posters and collaborative actions, spotlight the visual strategies of trade unionism as well as cultural activism.

24 July – 28 October, Ian

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