Art exhibitions I have become aware of

These are all things with a Christian slant of one sort or another. Slave Britain A photography exhibition about modern day slavery at St Pauls cathedral until 29 March 2007. Ben Bell went and thought it was good. On a related note, see The Truth isn’t Sexy. Thanks to Kester for the reminder. The Art…

These are all things with a Christian slant of one sort or another.

Slave Britain
A photography exhibition about modern day slavery at St Pauls cathedral until 29 March 2007. Ben Bell went and thought it was good.

On a related note, see The Truth isn’t Sexy. Thanks to Kester for the reminder.

The Art of Persecution
This is an art competition organised by Open Doors. The competition is long since closed I’m afraid, but you can now see the Shortlist gallery if your computer has the right gizmo. The exhibition is in Walsall this weekend and then in Oxford.

New Religion
I’ve mentioned this before, but I will again as it is a Greenbelt-related thing and Greenbelt are good. New Religion by Damien Hurst will be at Wallspace at All Hallows on the Wall, London from Wednesday 7 March to Wednesday 4 April 2007. You can see some images here.

The content of artwork shown at Wallspace does not necessarily represent the views of the gallery’s directors, of All Hallows on the Wall or the Church of England.