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Ben Clement: Video Easy

Ben Clement: Video Easy

8 - 26 April

Michael Lett is pleased to present Video Easy, an exhibition of new work by Ben Clement. This is the second in a series of three exhibitions collectively titled Disney Noir that Clement has organised for the gallery's project space.

Ben Clement (b. 1989) lives and works in Auckland. Recent exhibitions include Condensations, 30 Upstairs Gallery, Wellington, 2013 (with Andrew Kennedy); Chill Spree, Dog Park Art Project Space, Christchurch, 2013 (curated by Henry Davidson); Cried in the Trailer, St Paul St Frontbox, Auckland, 2013; Be Seen, Be Effective!, Window Gallery, Auckland 2012 (with Bob van der Wal); Ltd., Snake Pit, Auckland, 2012.

Please note that there will be no opening preview for this exhibition.

Michael Lett
285/2 Great North Road
PO Box 68287 Newton
Auckland 1145
New Zealand
www.michaellett.com

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