By Matt's Gallery on 31 May 2018
Current Richard Grayson, By Our Own Hand, Matt’s Gallery, Nine Elms, The Residence, 42-44 Ponton Road, SW8 5BA, Opening Event: Friday 1 June 4 – 8pm, exhibition continues 2 – 3 June 2018, 12 – 5pm By Our Own Hand is the first exhibition in Matt’s Gallery’s new space in Nine Elms. In 2019 Matt’s Gallery will open at Bellway’s The […]
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Est. 1979 Martello Street E8 3PE in his studio by Robin Klassnik OBE born 28.01.1947 in Johannesburg South Africa. Arrived in England July 1960.
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