The World of Extraordinary Objects

This exhibition runs from Thu, 21st Feb 2013 to Sat, 13th Apr 2013

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 5th Mar 2013

October Gallery presents The World of Extraordinary Objects, a group exhibition of mesmerising mixed-media works by artists from around the world.

This exhibition will introduce artists Gyeong Yoon An, Jukhee Kwon and Remy Jungerman, who will display their works for the first time at October Gallery, London.

Cost: Free


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