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From the 21-25 June, Intoart will present a pop-up exhibition in Fitzrovia, central London, to fundraise for their ongoing studio programme that provides much-needed access to art education and exhibition opportunities for learning-disabled and autistic artists.

Ntiense Eno Amooquaye drawing on paper depicting fashion models and fans in bold colours.

Ntiense Eno Amooquaye.

From the 21-25 June, Intoart will present a pop-up exhibition in Fitzrovia, central London, to fundraise for their ongoing studio programme that provides much-needed access to art education and exhibition opportunities for learning-disabled and autistic artists.

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Colourful red and green painting by Mawuena Kattah featuring a stark green background with dozens of red and blue 'eyes'

Mawuena Kattah.

From the 21-25 June, Intoart will present a pop-up exhibition in Fitzrovia, central London, to fundraise for their ongoing studio programme that provides much-needed access to art education and exhibition opportunities for learning-disabled and autistic artists.

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Graphic art style pencil drawing by Andre WIlliams featuring everyday items such as kettles, chairs, radios and lamps in a repeating pattern.

Andre Williams.

From the 21-25 June, Intoart will present a pop-up exhibition in Fitzrovia, central London, to fundraise for their ongoing studio programme that provides much-needed access to art education and exhibition opportunities for learning-disabled and autistic artists.

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