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Barking exhibition to raise cash for Courtney

PUBLISHED: 12:48 13 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:26 11 August 2010

STRUGGLE and revolution are among the themes explored in an exhibition that is helping to raise funds for a young girl suffering from a rare disease. Artists Segun Oratokhai and Raymond Daley are showcasing their work under the banner of Red Revolution

STRUGGLE and revolution are among the themes explored in an exhibition that is helping to raise funds for a young girl suffering from a rare disease.

Artists Segun Oratokhai and Raymond Daley are showcasing their work under the banner of 'Red Revolution' at the Gallery, Barking Learning Centre, Barking until March 26.

The exhibition is running in association with Courtney's Appeal, which is trying to raise money for expensive medical treatment for the 11-year-old girl who is suffering from a rare and aggressive childhood disease called Neuroblastoma.

The paintings of both artists deal with ideas of nationalism, and of government, family and revolution.

For more information about the exhibition contact Neesha Badham on (020) 8227 2482.

To donate money to Courtney's Appeal e-mail courtneyfund@ntlworld.co


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