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PHOTOCHOP Goes Forth


BND - Royal Block

Word Collective presents :

PHOTOCHOP Goes Forth
.. a biennial exhibition of collage images from print using photo chop, scissors and glue.

Everything under $100, Cash & Carry

Artists include: Claire Harris, Menn-O-Matic, Curtis Nixon, Dick Whyte, Markus McIntyre, Anna Jones, Will Frew, Di Dixon, BND, Ruby Nekk, Robyn Kenealy, Benedict Quilter, Jenna Cockeran .. + Dylan "TAPEMAN" Herkes, Rose Marie Salmon

OPENING: 5.30pm Tuesday 22 January 2013.

OPEN: 10.00am - 7.00pm Wednesday 23 - Sunday 27 January 2013.

PhotoChop is a biennial Word Collective tradition: PhotoChop III (2011) PhotoChop II (2009) PhotoChop (2007)

Location/venue:
THISTLE HALL GALLERY, Upper Cuba St, Wellington
Date:
23 Jan 2013 - 27 Jan 2013
Cost:
FREE
Entry details:
FREE


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