The CUNT group exhibition at London’s The Laundry opens October 4 and is running to October 28.
Exploring and “re-presenting the word ‘cunt,’ its histories, contests and associated themes,” the show features work by Ahaad Alamoudi, Dafy Hagai, Jameson, Georgina Johnson, Giulia Tomasello and Sophie Rawlingson.
The exhibition aims to open up a progressive discussion that “critically examines the way women have grown to understand and view themselves amidst the socialisation of their bodies.” The Laundry is an arts curation space run collaboratively by and for women and BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) artists.
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