Fifth exhibition to be held in collaboration with Southwark Arts Forum.
These regular exhibitions provide an opportunity for artists to gain exposure to an international audience of approximately 2,000 visitors daily.
On display in the atmospheric Engine Rooms, the exhibition's theme is 'Connections', both physical and emotional, reflecting Tower Bridge's role in connecting culture and communities.
The show will be double the size of 'Art at the Bridge #4', with 10 works of art by disabled artists from Southwark Arts Forum on view, across a range of mediums, including paintings, prints, photos, drawings and mixed media.
Each of the artists have drawn inspiration from their own experiences, such as 'Clapham Junction', which evokes memories of journeys which have emotional significance to the artist Ian Wornast and Sarah Underwood, who was born profoundly deaf and whose work 'Illustrations with Bells and Whistles on Top' refers to the connections she makes in her mind in order to decipher the riddle of words and sounds around her to facilitate useful conversations.
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