Peterborough Art House
Open 10.30 – 4pm March 2nd to 11th inclusive
of Sundays for this exhibition only.
First time shown in this country. Hidden
art, with strong political messages that needed to be hidden and shown
in secret before Glasnost. The artists involved risked imprisonment
and death to communicate their distaste with the communist system and
to instigate change. Change happened.
This exhibition demonstrates the
unbelievable power of art in society.
These are images are produced in the
political cartoon style favoured by protesters internationally and are
not for sale but Valerie, the Russian artist responsible for these
images will be on hand to draw copies for a small charge.
A story teller and translator will
interpret the pictures.
Supporting Russian crafts exhibition. (EuroArtRussia.
Donate 20% of their profits from craft sales to a St Petersburg
There is always ongoing exhibition of
abstract, contemporary and traditional paintings, sculpture and
ceramics in additional area of the Arthouse.
Open Evening Friday March 2nd 6.30pm
Drinks served & admission is FREE