North Korean photography exhibition
This exhibition runs from Wed, 16th Jan 2013 to Sat, 16th Feb 2013
This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 23rd Jan 2013
An exhibition of photos taken during the massive Arirang show in the North Korean capital city.
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Cost: Free of Charge
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North Korean photography exhibition
An exhibition of photos taken during the Arirang show in the North Korean capital city.
Atlas Gallery,49 Dorset Street,,London
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