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3 expat artists hold Gwangju exhibitionBy Paul Kerry
Published : June 9, 2011 - 18:47
Ian Aherne, Nadine Bouliane, and Meaghan Ford will talk about their work in the exhibition titled “Curious Encounters & The Things I Don’t Fully Understand,” which runs until July 25.
The works on display include drawings, paintings, mixed media and photographs.
The opening talk takes place from 3 p.m. and will last 40 minutes.
For more information, visit the GIC website.
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