Fusing the realms of music, theatre, art and words, Turner Prize nominee Mark Titchner has created Spitalfields Music’s first visual art exhibition.
This multi-media exhibition explores links between American post-punk hardcore band Fugazi and classical masters Schumann and Monteverdi. Highly politicised and fiercely independent, Fugazi’s music directly addresses religious, scientific and cultural issues. The exhibition will evolve over the festival through contributions from community projects.
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Entry to this exhibition is free with a ticket to one of our festival events or performances. You can also book for the exhibition on its own by purchasing a ticket online or on the day. This ticket will entitle you to admission to the exhibition on any day throughout the festival, during exhibition opening hours, and you can visit as many times as you like.
Exhibition Opening Times
Monday 4 Dec: 5 – 6:30pm
Weds 6 Dec: 6 – 8pm
Thurs 7 Dec: 5:30 – 6:30pm
Fri 8 Dec: 6 – 7pm
Image Credit: Brian Sweeney
|Mon, Dec 4, 2017||10:00 AM||Book Now|
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