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ART CUP: The Streets of Wellington vs. Which Way is Up

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Artrium Gallery presents the ART CUP: The Streets of Wellington vs. Which Way is Up (abstract art). See an amazing collection by local artists of scenic interpretations of our lovely City of Wellington verses colourful abstract works hung in “off the wall” orientations and decide for yourself ‘which way is up’. Which genre will win? Come into Artrium Gallery to vote for your team. Featured artists include Richard Bigwood, Brendan Grant, Andy Wilson, Shivaun Hogan and Orit Shem-tov. This has to be one of the most fun exhibitions in Wellington! Artrium Gallery is located at 310 Tinakori Road, Thorndon. You are invited to the opening night 6pm Thursday 8 September. The exhibition runs until 6 October. www.artriumgallery.co.nz for more information or phone 04 499 4411.

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