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The Studio Gallery presents Lucy Bucknall

Kia Ora
Next week, we open with '9/11 & other stories', and exhibition of paintings and sculpture by LUCY BUCKNALL.

Opening: Monday 17 October, 5:30 - 7pm


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Lucy describes herself as having always been preoccupied with the "strange phenomenon that is war".
She has members of both her close and extended family who live and work throughout the world, with close ties to politics, the arms industry, social development and journalism. The work that makes up this exhibition, was triggered by the events of the morning of September 11, 2001, and forms a reflection on the " world today".
10% of all sales are donated to World Vision.


The Studio Gallery
385 New North Road
Kingsland
Auckland

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