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“Superfacial” & Bazaar” Exhibitions - April - June

ART EXHIBITION: “Superfacial” Exhibition; 20th April-8th May 2005
“Bazaar” Exhibition; 12th May-5th June 2005


WHERE: ROAR! gallery, 22 Vivian St, Wellington

WHEN:

ROAR! gallery presents a Pablos Artist Group Show entitled “Superfacial” which runs from 20th April - 8th May 2005. The opening night will be Wednesday 20th April from 5pm until 7pm. The theme of the exhibition will be faces, an audience made up of a variety of media expressing real faces, imaginary faces, gestures, masks, facial features, mannerisms and the like.

The “Bazaar” exhibition will run from Thursday 12th May until Sunday 4th June 2005. The opening night will be Thursday 12th May from 5pm until 7pm. The theme of the exhibition will be from the bizarre to the ordinary….this will be a cash and carry show, so all work purchased may be taken away the same day. The exhibition will feature work from Pablos artists as well as local and national artists. This will be an exciting show featuring new work from exhibiting artists and also work from artists not seen before at ROAR!

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