LCB Summer Exhibitions

7 June 2023

LCB Summer Exhibitions

LCB is delighted to be exhibiting some of the best locally sourced talent this Summer, alongside some great events, including our monthly creative family day CQ Earlies and Last Friday street food nights.

Visit weekdays 9am-5pm from Mon May 15th to Fri June 2nd (+ when we’re open for events). You can also see the exhibition on social media @lcbdepot

Saturday 10th June, 8th July and 12th August, 12-4pm. Creative Family Day

Friday June 30th, July 28th, August 25th, 5-10pm: Last Friday: street food, drinks, comedy, music, pop up shops and more
LCB Summer Exhibition June 7 – June 30
Being Here: Re-Imagined introduces

Jagjit Kaur & Michelle Knight: Sweet Tooth
Sweet Tooth is the first collaboration show between Leicester based artists Jagjit Kaur and
Michelle Knight, both at @twoqueensleicester.

‘’This body of work presents art in the digital age, the balance between content vs
aesthetics, the appearance in which our interests fuse together.

Jagjit’s works are visual diaries entries of her life, sewn together with digital resources to create
tapestries of her world. She uses the language of the internet using found visual references,
documenting her life and feelings through the work, looking to create dream-like spacial
atmospheres in visual harmonies.

Michelle’s works are an exploration of the natural world through a digital lens, focusing on flowers
and botanical imagery, alongside fluid mark making. Hidden surprises are found throughout her
pieces, weaving a concept created with the intention to wonder and question the depth within the

LCB Summer Exhibition July 5 – July 28
Symbols of Life: Explorations of spirituality, Flora and Self

A group exhibition curated by Jarvis Brookfield with Holly Brandrick, Tim J Fowler,
Daniel Kelly, Shivani Khoshia, Jemisha Maadhavji, Matt Macken,Hannah Webber

“Symbols of Life: Explorations of Spirituality, Flora, and Self, brings together
works that reflect upon some of the timeless symbols and ideas which have been
central to our understanding of what it means to be alive and human.

Through a variety of diverse works, primarily created within the
medium of painting, the artists within this exhibition are in some form, and
through their unique lens, exploring themes of spirituality, the human image, floral
motifs, self-reflection, the inner life and dream figures.

Encouraging us to embrace more of the wonder, beauty and complexity of our lives’’

LCB Summer Exhibition August 1 – August 20
Punk Rage & Revolution: Reimagined
Students from various creative courses at De Montfort University will be creating designs to be showcased as a part of a city-wide festival. Courses including Fashion Communication, Fashion & Textile Design, Graphic Design & Illustration and Game Art design will be displaying their own interpretations of punk and what it means to young people today.

A part of festival in Leicester 27th May 27 – 3rd September