Artist’s Reception for Mamade Kadreebux’s ‘Voyage to the Unknown’


{jathumbnailoff}Mamade Kadreebux renowned photographer, writer and painter  will join IHRC for an exhibition of his striking photographic images that he has captured of rare and wondrous places across the globe.  Come and view his work, listen to the  tales of his world-wide travels.  All prints on show are available for purchase and proceeds will be shared between IHRC Trust and other worthy causes.

Join us for an exclusive viewing on Thursday 8 March 2012 between 6.45pm – 8.45pm.  The exhibition will also be available from February to May.

Entry is free to book a place please call 020 8 904 4222, or e-mail or leave your name and details in store. 

You can download a poster below either as a jpg or PDF. 

More about Mamade Kadreebux
Departing from his native Mauritius over 35 years ago, Mamade has since travelled all over the world. His work, born out of his travels has been exhibited around the world and has been used by international magazines such as The National Geographic. His writings and photographs stand as a testament to his extraordinary journey.

8 March (Thursday)

6.45pm – 8.45 pm

IHRC Bookshop, Gallery and Information Centre, 202 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8PA

Nearest train / tube:       
Preston Road (Metropolitan Line), South Kenton (Bakerloo Line and London Overground)


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