A NOT-FOR-PROFIT art group is transforming a derelict space into a free pop-up gallery from today.
Photographic Angle will be taking over the disused GlaxoSmithKline building, in Greenford Road, Greenford, from Wednesday to Sunday (9-13).
The inspiring Rituals of Recreation photo exhibition will show 150 images by 12 up-and-coming artists.
Creative director, Antony Riley said: "We will be occupying one of our best-known buildings once home of giant conglomerate Glaxo SmithKline. With images of ritual recreation, a group of young aspiring artists provide an exciting way of injecting life into this once vibrant and busy office space."
The project aims to educate and inspire. He added: "Engaging with both members of the public and groups with a specific interest in the art of photography we can both educate and inform."
All are welcome to the free exhibition from 10am to 3pm. For more information email email@example.com or call 08000 287 338.