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Lets Party Exhibition Opens

Lets Party Exhibition Opens


{Suite} Westra Gallery presents “Lets Party”, an exhibition of images made by Ans Westra in 2005 while on tour with Wellington band Fat Freddy’s Drop. Westra will attend the exhibition opening along with members of the band.


Photo: Ans Westra

“Lets Party” is the final exhibition at the {Suite} Westra Gallery prior to the lease ending at that site. In February Westra’s images will be toured to Ruatoria, Ruatoki, Rotorua and Hiruharama (Jerusalem) where she was particularly active in the 60s and 70s. Meanwhile Westra’s prints continue to be available for viewing at {Suite} Gallery, Level 2/147 Cuba St, Wellington.


Ans Westra
“Lets Party”
Opening 530-730pm 22 November
Exhibition ends 22 December
{Suite} Westra Gallery
108 Oriental Parade, Wellington
Tues – Sat 11am – 5pm
www.suite.co.nz

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