Get Back... to the Future

'Get Back.... to the Future'

- an exhibition showcasing artworks by

RealArtWorks Inc. artists' collective

plus refugees awaiting appropriate status -

will be on view at the Serpentine Community Gallery

between the 6th and the 20th of May 2016.

A combined opening celebration,

together with Leon Mahony's solo show


will take place from 6pm

on Friday 6th May 2016.

All welcome.

RealArtWorks Inc. prides itself in being an

inclusive arts organisation supporting

marginalised groups of people to be creative.

  Works in 'Get Back...To the Future' will bring together some powerful visual and written stories

from many walks of life that engage in

RealArtWorks, and we are really excited to be

exhibiting artworks from refugee friends

who have been waiting on

Nauru and Manus Island

for their status to be processed.

'Informal misnomer'

digital print by Paul Schulz

Works in this exhibition give light to the vehicles art drives in

when people are travelling along a road that effects their mental health well-being.

This exhibition is a show of support for us all as we travel back to the future.


by Abbas Alaboudi

'Forbidden Arts'

by Abbas Alaboudi

'The Boat'

by Abbas Alaboudi

'Of and Sleep'

by Farhad Bandesh

Abbas Alaboudi and Farhad Bandesh are both refugees who have been waiting

for over 3 years to have their status claims dealt with.

Abbas is a painter, sculpture and tattooist and Farhad is a painter and poet.

Prints of their original works will be offered for sale with all proceeds going directly to the artists.

'Am I Still Handsome'

acrylic on canvas by Janet Wilson

'Red Light Over Yonder'

'Centre Of The Universe'

'Amber On The Rocks'

metal sculptures by Jake Stevens

'Disambiguation Of Self'

mixed media

by Otto Egan Schulz

'Asian Sun'

mixed media

by Michael White