LA’s OHWOW Gallery explores a broad British identity with a group show, Bloody English, running from January 18 to February 15.
Curated by Ariella Wolens and drawing on the diversity of such a transient centre like London, artists Charlie Billingham, Adham Faramawy, Emma Hart, Celia Hempton, Patrick Hough, Oliver Osborne, Prem Sahib, and Jesse Wine, come together to explore everything from Victorian subversion and the role of institutions in establishing artistic value, to multiculturalism and the myth of homogeny in shaping national identity and a cultural sensibility.
See the OHWOW Gallery website for details. **
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