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January 31, 2007
by Jamie E17

From next week London based visual artist Espira will be exhibting his work 'Baby Was A Black Sheep'. He triumphantly mixes fashion, costume and uniform with the mundane and commonplace of modern life, resulting in a supermarket assault on the senses. Born in the UK, he was raised as a strict Mormon, developing strong visual interpretations of symbolism and iconography.

Espira still spends time in church with the irreverent satirical cult The Church of the SubGenius, was part of the notorious Mark Thomas Nazi Coke Adverts show, and has exhibited his work worldwide.

Friday 9th - 25th February @ The Foundry
86 Great Eastern Street
London EC1

Open: Tues - Sun 4pm - 11pm