Posted by Anne Hasegawa
02. Apr, 2012
|April 10, 2012 10:00 am||to||April 11, 2012 10:00 am|
Cut With the Kitchen Knife is an art exhibition that primarily focuses on the medium of collage and exploring the impact it has had on contemporary art. The exhibition, which will tour around the state of Victoria, showcases a number of Australian artists who make your PVC glue encrusted showpieces look like a pile of shredded newspaper.
Cutting edge work.
WHEN: Until 13 May
WHERE: NETS Victoria, 233 Sydney Road, Brunswick
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