Sun, 24 Sept


Rosenfeld Porcini

The Venus Project exhibition

Bracha invites you to an exhibition of photography and video art highlighting hereditary cancer. Created by: David Scheinmann Curators: Tamar Arnon and Eli Zagury. You are invited to an evening that will include video projections and will feature live music performances by July Sassoon

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The Venus Project exhibition

Time & Location

24 Sept 2017, 18:00 – 21:00

Rosenfeld Porcini, 36 Newman St, Marylebone, London W1T 1PU, UK

About The Event

Exhibition dates: 22nd-26th September 2017

Gallery opening hours: 10am - 6pm Sat: 11am - 6pm (free entry)

The BRACHA Organisation has brought together British artist David Scheinmann and London based curators Tamar Arnon and Eli Zagury to create a touring exhibition featuring photography, video art, a book and a documentary to raise awareness for hereditary cancers.

This empowering art project features 10 individuals affected by hereditary cancer who represent BRACHA's diverse community. They are one male and nine female BRCA genetic mutation carriers who are either Previvors who have either undergone or are considering difficult and life changing operations to lower their risk of cancer, or Survivors of hereditary breast and ovarian cancers, except sadly for Sigal, who passed away due to ovarian cancer shortly after the photo-shoot.

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