Crisis Commission exhibition at Somerset House
Wednesday 14 March 2012
The Crisis Commission exhibition sees some of the most celebrated artists unite to bring major new works to Somerset House.
Gillian Wearing, Jonathan Yeo, Tracey Emin, Nathan Coley, Nika Neelova and Antony Gormley are among artists who have created new works.
The exhibition aims to raise awareness about homelessness, an issue that is becoming more prominent in today’s society. The works reflect the exhibition’s themes of isolation, property, security and space.
Crisis Commission exhibition at Somerset House, London, until 22 April 2012
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