LE GUN ëThe Familyí Exhibition is on until this Friday (5th September) at Rochelle School, Club Row, London E2 7ES. The exhibition also coincides with the launch of Issue 4.
‘In the exhibition, the warped collective imagination of LE GUN presents a dysfunctional family of many generations, including a man with a crab on his head, the leopard walking heiress Marchesa Casati, and the original fat boy actor Joe Cobb. Raised on the the streets of parallel metropolis Legundon, an eccentrically Anglo-Saxon place of loose women, gin and cream cakes, and Francis Baconís butchers shop, they are an unusual dynasty.’
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