On Thursday 25 April French Touch, 100 years of French electronic music exhibition, curated by Ben Osborne(Noise of Art) and Our History/ Red Gallery’s Ernesto Leal, touches down at Fabric, London.
The exhibition documents the interplay between culture and music and the history of club culture. Alongside the French touch exhibition, the event profiles some of the most vibrant and exciting and unusual subcultures of the 20th and 21st centuries, from the 1970s Soviet Hippies movement through to the inception of Berlin techno in the early 90s and ongoing development of the UK’s rich club scene. Collectively curated by Red Gallery founder Ernesto Leal, the exhibitions will profile a series of global cultural phenomenons across all three rooms. 6:30pm-midnight, Fabric, London. Tickets and more info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/949279061909212/
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