SOAS university has a small gallery space dedicated to exhibitions about Asia, Africa and the Middle East. There’s a small but beautiful Japanese zen garden on the rooftop (currently closed for refurbishment)
Website
soas.ac.uk
Address
Brunei Gallery SOAS, Russell Square, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Other cities: Paris
Emilie is a London-based graphic designer and art director from Paris. She has worked on branding projects and retail campaigns for Kickers, Speedo and Ted Baker, created campaign images, trailers, posters and programmes for the National Theatre and currently design book covers for Penguin Books. She is also one of the Ladies Wine Design London organisers. The group is part of an international community of creative women started by Jessica Walsh in New York, and runs monthly events including talks, workshops, portfolio review sessions and informal discussions.
 

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