William Burroughs: All out of time and into space

This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 23rd Jan 2013

October Gallery is pleased to present All out of time and into space, an exhibition of the art of William S. Burroughs.

October Gallery’s long association with William Burroughs began in 1988 with his second solo exhibition, which was his premiere exhibition in the UK. The founders of the October Gallery have worked with Burroughs since 1974 and for this latest insightful exhibition, collaborate with William Burroughs Communications and James Grauerholz, Burroughs’ long-time associate, editor and collaborator.

The show will feature Burroughs’ paintings, drawings and a selection of his ‘talismanic’ art objects’.

Cost: Free


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Location

October Gallery,
24 Old Gloucester Street,
London, WC1N 3AL

 

Categories: Arts and Crafts | Books & Literature

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