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Artist Talk - Matt Ellwood: The Germaine Greer Series

ARTIST TALK
MATT ELLWOOD
the germaine greer series

2 september, 11.30am

As part of our ongoing but occasional series of public programmes, MATT ELLWOOD will discuss his work in the solo exhibition "The Germaine Greer Series" this Saturday 2 September at 11.30am.
All welcome.
Exhibition continues till Saturday 9th September. Ends at 3pm.
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Please note that Melanie Roger Gallery has relocated to 444 Karangahape Rd in Newton. The gallery continues to work with its roster of both established and emerging artists with an exciting line up of exhibitions planned for 2017 and beyond. We thank all our artists, clients and friends of the gallery for supporting us at our Herne Bay location and we look forward to welcoming you to our new space!

info@melanierogergallery.com
www.melanierogergallery.com
+64-9-366-7610
444 Karangahape Rd, Newton, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Wednesday - Friday 11 - 4pm & Saturday 11 - 3pm
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