Fragments, Private View & Exhibition

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Sticks Contemporary, Unit 15, The Precinct, South St, Gosport, PO12 1HA

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Saturday 02 September 2017 – Saturday 14 October 2017
Private View: 5 - 7pm
Opening Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 11 - 4pm

Featuring work from Sue Eves’ Rollered collection and Krasimira Butseva’s well received, Slices of Red (pieces of which have been featured on Lens Culture and Source among others); Fragments initiates a visual conversation about the lived experience, and our understanding of what is real and what is not, whether that is down to human imagination, as in the case of Sue’s work Rollered or due to some different system, such as that used in propaganda, represented by Krasimira’s work questioning the reality of the photographic image in relation to Eastern European communism.

The private view begins at 5pm and continues until 7pm at our new base in the heart of historic Gosport.  Both artists will be in attendance and on-hand to speak more about their work and food and drink will be provided by Sticks Contemporary.

The exhibition continues on Wednesday 6th September and continues until Sunday 15th October.  The exhibition is open every Wednesday - Saturday (inclusive) 11 - 4 pm.

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