Friday, 18.08.

Publicis London is celebrating the creative lifeblood that immigrants bring to British culture

There’s a Good Immigrant celebrates the creativity and diverse perspectives that migrants bring to British culture and the creative industries. Showcasing artists who are migrants themselves, second-generation migrants, or whose work encourages reflections on migration.

The incredible line up of contributors includes: Ildikó Buckley & Jane Palmer, Dave Buonaguidi, Suchi Chidambaram, Inua Ellams, Alison Jackson, Hormazd Narielwalla, Keith Piper, Sara Pope, Jaspreet Sangha, Sara Shamsavari, Bob & Roberta Smith and Abbas Zahedi. An animated, virtual reality piece by Aardman will also be on display.

The exhibition will run from 17th August to 1st September 2017 at Publicis UK.'s offices in Baker Street, London.

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