The final exhibit of Dear Christine, conceived and curated by Fionn Wilson, takes place in London at Arthouse1, 2–29 February 2020.

‘A remarkable artistic tribute.’
–Craig Austin, Wales Arts Review

‘Christine is being reframed – about time.’
–Tanya Gold, The Daily Telegraph

‘I’d like to thank everyone who is paying tribute to my mother. She was a very brave woman. Thank you.’
–Seymour Platt, son of Christine Keeler

‘The story of how the life of a working-class teenage girl was destroyed in order to absolve the establishment is a story which never loses its shock and poignancy.’
–Julie Burchill, Spiked Online

Exhibition dates: 2–29 February 2020.
Exhibition opening hours: Thursday–Sunday, 3pm–7pm; or by appointment.
Symposium: Saturday 22 February, 11am–7pm.

45 Grange Road

Exhibiting artists are: Natalie d’Arbeloff, Claudia Clare, Caroline Coon, Lucy Cox, Catherine Edmunds, Roxana Halls, Sadie Hennessy, Marguerite Horner, Barbara Howey, Shani Rhys James, Sal Jones, Jowonder, Sadie Lee, Cathy Lomax, Julia Maddison, Sonja Benskin Mesher, Wendy Nelson, Sarah Shaw, Stella Vine and Fionn Wilson.

Contributors include: David Astbury, Helen Billinghurst, James Birch, Julie Burchill, Sarah Caulfield, Katie Chatburn, Amanda Coe, Tanya Gold, Fine Cell Work, Tara Hanks, Charlotte Innes, Charlotte Metcalf, Kalliopi Minioudaki, Bo Gorzelak Pedersen and Seymour Platt.