Humans and Other Animals: Carbon Drawings by Louise Atkinson

Brahm Gallery invites you to the preview of

Humans and Other Animals
Carbon Drawings by Louise Atkinson
Preview 6pm - 8pm
Wednesday 8th July 2009.
Public Viewing dates
Thursday 9th July 2009 to
Friday 31st July
Brahm Gallery is proud to present the carbon drawings of prolific Leeds based artist Louise Atkinson in her first Solo exhibition at Brahm Gallery.
This new body of work stems from her interest in genetic modification, the use of animals in medical testing and examines the way animal symbolism in language is utilised to denigrate and oppress people and cultures, focusing on the historical and cultural associations between animals and humans in religion.
Join us for wine and snacks and please feel free to bring friends

Open to the public on weekdays
(except bank holidays)
from 10am to 5pm
Brahm Gallery
The Brahm Building
Alma Road
Leeds LS6 2AH
Free Entry
Brahm Gallery is a commission free gallery with all sales revenue going directly to the artist.
Curator: Paddy Hartley


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