Ealing Autumn Festival’s Truth and Reconciliation exhibition has made its first move following a successful launch last month.
Visitors have been admiring paintings by members of the Hanwell based 4020 Art Group at Ealing Central Library over the past few weeks and they have now started their tour of libraries across the borough during the year as part of this year’s festival.
Acton Library is the second port of call and the artwork, depicting Truth and Reconciliation with a special reference to Shakespeare in the playwright’s 400th year, is on display until May 26.
There is an open day at the library on Saturday, May 14 (2-4pm) which will include the opportunity to find out more about Shakespeare, take part in a public collage of the exhibition and under 25s will be able to sign up for an Arts Award.
Festival artistic director Gillian Spragg said: “We had a wonderful day at Ealing Central Library launching the new exhibition and now look forward to it embarking on its tour.
“The paintings and collage are really remarkable works of arts. The more you look at them, the more you realise that they are equal to the visual art you will see in galleries in central London."
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