Gucci Circolo Shoreditch

Gucci has unveiled the final phase of their temporary retail space Gucci Circolo Shoredtich with HOME by Ronan Mckenzie presenting the group exhibition Collective Processes, a multi-media exhibition bringing together a special curation of Black Women Artists within Ronan’s wider community, featuring the works of Natasha Muluswela, Lorelle Aboagye, Chiizii, Sandra Daniel, Abena Lamptey, De’Anne Crooks, Merissa Hylton, Rayvenn D’Clarke, Kelly Jay, Tonique Sewell, Courtenay Welcome, Memunatu Barrie, Glory Samjolly, Rubee Samuel and Jo Sealy.

Through photography, sculpture, painting, textiles and videography, these artists exhibit works from two main themes: history and contemporary observations of culture, heritage and identity, through both personal and collective experiences. The facade of the Gucci Circolo Shoreditch has been reimagined with an artwork by artist and previous Gucci collaborator, Joy Yamusangie, titled A New Love which was created as part of a collection of limited edition prints by LGBTQ+ artists curated by Russell Tovey for Pride 2021.

Collective Processes is open from 10am – 6pm, Monday – Sunday and is free to the public.  The exhibition and Gucci Circolo Shoreditch will simultaneously close its doors on 21st December 2021.