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ANIMUS: vegan art exhibition in London

© Image from Philip McColloch-Downs
© Image from Philip McColloch-Downs

A gallery at the Karamel Restaurant in North London is showing a free art exhibit, ANIMUS, featuring works from vegan artists. The gallery opened on July 24 and works will be displayed until September 9, 2016.

In addition, these works will feature animals in particular, as it pairs perfectly with the theme of the exhibition.

“ANIMUS will be exploring human treatment of other animals, as well as the vegan identity and what it means to see with ‘our’  eyes,” said Louis Wallis, co-director of the gallery and co-curator of the show. “The aim is to support animals hidden from the public gaze to be seen. Animals will feature in all works and provide the overarching theme.”

Visitors can view many amazing works from talented artists, such as Sue Coe, Philip McCulloch-Downs, Jo-anne McArthur, Roger Olmos, Amy Guidry, Jana Schirmer, Dana Ellyn, Francesca A. Page and Matthew Maran.

This event is supported by Vegan Life Magazine and The Vegan Society and curated by Luminous Frenzy.

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