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{Suite} Gallery :: Boyce :: Pardington :: Youle




Roger Boyce
Fiona Pardington
Wayne Youle

27 November - 22 December 2012

Level 2/147 Cuba Street, Wellington


Boyce, Pardington & Youle
Installation View
{Suite} Gallery, Level 2/147 Cuba Street


Our final exhibition of the year at Level 2/147 Cuba Street features new works by Roger Boyce, Fiona Pardington and Wayne Youle.
A reminder that on show at 108 Oriental Parade until 22 December is Ans Westra's Let's Party - images of Fat Freddy's Drop. This is the final exhibition at the {Suite} Westra Gallery prior to our lease ending at that site. Meanwhile Westra's black and white prints will continue to be available for viewing at {Suite} Gallery, Level 2/147 Cuba Street.


Opening of Let's Party - Images of Fat Freddy's Drop
{Suite} Westra Gallery, 108 Oriental Parade
Photo by Mark Tantrum



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