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Cluster Edition III: Illustration Pop-Up in Dalston

SEEN always thinks that the great thing about living and working in London is the sheer diversity of talent on show here. So it is with great delight that we shall be visiting the Cluster pop-up at the 1963 gallery space in the beating heart of creative Dalston.

Cluster is a collaborative pop-up initiative from East London, whose brief is to represent undiscovered talent who are unafraid of being innovative, different and active. For their third showcase, Cluster have selected from amongst students, the newly graduated, and artists both amateur and professional and ‘clustered’ them in 1963’s underground alternative space.

Black and white drawings, abstract art, realism, watercolours, vibrant prints and toys are promised. SEEN will be visiting tomorrow, in a state of high anticipation! See you there.

The pop-up will run from the 16th to the 22nd of December, every day, and will be open from 12 noon to 7pm.

1963 Gallery Space
129a Kingsland High Street
E8 2PB

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