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Acting Out exhibition opening Friday 5 May, 6pm


Image: Jack Body, Sexus, 1972, 16mm film still from multimedia performance.
Courtesy of Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, Wellington. © The Estate of Jack Body

Join us at 6pm on Friday 5 May at the Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi for the opening of:

Acting Out

Jack Body/ John Miller, Edward Bullmore, VALIE EXPORT, Sarah Lucas, Sarah Munro, Glenn Otto, Pipilotti Rist, Signe Rose, and Sorawit Songsataya. Curated by Stephen Cleland

6 May – 9 July 2017

Opening weekend event
2pm Saturday 6 May
Adam Art Gallery

Join Adam Art Gallery Curator Stephen Cleland for a tour of the exhibition with participating artists Glenn Otto, Sarah Munro and Sorawit Songsataya.


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