Hundreds of artists are taking the movies to east London gallery 71a for a charity exhibition – Not for Rental – that promises to be ‘bigger than Schwarzenegger’ (as if that could be possible). Fab film magazine Little White Lies has joined forces with emerging talent in street art, illustration, photography and film in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and Art Against Knives.
The movie-inspired event will be showing work from such artists as London design outfit I Love Dust, duo Crispin Finn and illustrators Stevie Gee, Gemma Correll and Pietari Posti. For your viewing pleasure there will also be a whole host of different activities across the galleries, from talks and film viewings to workshops for those affected by cancer and knife crime.
The gallery will be open to the public for one week; the final day (July 13) culminating in a sale of hundreds of original and creative pieces of work with all proceeds going toward the respective charities.