By Matt's Gallery on 3 April 2018
Upcoming Jo Bruton, Run, Matt’s Gallery, 92 Webster Road, London, 7 – 15 April, Private View 6 April 6-9pm Jo Bruton’s second show at Matt’s Gallery sees the artist expanding her practice as a painter into a series of printed wallpapers. Hand painted, digitally produced and then pasted to the walls of the gallery, the piece has […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 April 2015
Matt Stokes’ solo show Madman in a Lifeboat continues to 24 May 2015. Jennet Thomas launches the UK tour of THE UNSPEAKABLE FREEDOM DEVICE which continues throughout April. Plus exhibitions for Alison Turnbull, Hayley Newman, Imogen Stidworthy, Jordan Baseman, Nathaniel Mellors, Melanie Jackson, David Osbaldeston and Benedict Drew.
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