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Linder Elysium II 2006 Copyright the artist 2017. Courtesy of Modern Art London.


In Quotes - Save the Date!

Save a space in your diary because a brand new exhibition is coming to East Gallery NUA and it promises to be truly captivating in its originality. 

Image: Linder, Elysium II, 2006, Copyright the artist, 2017. Courtesy of Modern Art, London.

 arrives Wednesday 30th August, showcasing works by a variety of contemporary artists working with collage and assemblage - expect to see postcards, books, photographs and illustrations like you've never seen them before.

Here's a sneaky look at one of the works on show. 

John Stezaker Mask LXXXII 2007 Courtesy The Approach London. Photo FXP photography. 2

Image: John Stezaker, Mask LXXXII, 2007, Courtesy The Approach, London. Photo FXP photography.

The exhibition is curated by Ann-Marie James, in collaboration with Dr Caroline Fisher, Curator, East GalleryNUA, Norwich University of the Arts, and is supported by Karsten Schubert, London.

East Gallery is on St Andrew's Street, at the bottom of Bridewell Alley. The exhibition is free to look around and open Tuesday to Saturday 12pm to 5pm, from 30th August until 7th October.



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