A Very Disobedient Exhibition at Tate Modern

A very disobedient exhibition of disabled people’s art appeared, as if out of nowhere at Tate Modern in London on Sunday September 4th 2016.

Tate modern had not invited nor had they expected this exhibition within their gallery.

This exhibition and protest was organised, created and enacted by disabled people as part of the week of action organised by DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts), Sunday September 4th was dedicated to creative action supported by PCS Culture Sector.

The story of the Disobedient Pop Up Exhibition is told in pictures and tweets below:

Installing the exhibition

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Photo Credits: DPAC Curators

The exhibition Pops Up…….

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….. and passers by stop to look

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Well done to everyone involved for a great exhibition

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