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Viewing Blue Minds Exhibition in association with the Blue Marine Foundation

Featuring works by 26 contemporary artists, this bijou exhibition at Catherine Prevost’s Sloane Street boutique looks at the ocean as a wonderous source of creative inspiration and addresses why it is more important than ever to protect it. Conceived in association with the Blue Marine Foundation, a charitable organisation dedicated to restoring ocean health, Blue Minds also explores the shared goals of creatives and scientists inspired by ocean conservation.

Many well-known artists are represented, including Andrea Hamilton, Marcus Lyon and Crystal Fischetti, as are many styles and mediums, including soundscapes, photography, ceramics, films, sculptures and paintings. Shown together, these works shed light on important environmental issues affecting the health and future of the ocean: pollution, rising sea levels and over-fishing. But they also inspire hope.

‘We just need to stop and listen to the ocean,’ says Blue Minds co-curator Nico Earle. ‘It holds the key to our sustainable future.’ The free programme of accompanying talks and workshops is worth checking out too. (Exhibition admission is free but booking is essential. Donations are welcome and will be donated directly to the Blue Marine Foundation).


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Dates
24 June 2021 — 06 July 2021
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