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Elliot Collins opening and billboard launch tonight

DON'T MISS OUT

That's the message from the creators of the new Ghuznee Street Art Billboard being launched tonight.

We are pleased to announce that Wellington based artists, Annsuli Marais and Lauren Redican have been selected to launch our second billboard in the 2012 round, funded by the Wellington City Council Creative Communities Scheme.

The duo have been working collaboratively since early 2011 with a focus on exploring the boundaries of art as a communicative strategy. They have recently shown at SQUARE2 Wellington City Gallery and presented a solo exhibition at Enjoy Public Art Gallery.

DON'T MISS OUT is being launched alongside

Sonder by Elliot Collins

TONIGHT Tuesday 16 October, 5.30 - 7.30pm

Images of the billboard and the exhibition will be available for viewing on our website later on Wednesday.


Click for big version.

Gloria Victis (detail), 2012, oil, gesso, resin and gold leaf on board, 900 x 700 mm

ENDS

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