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(Nec) Romanticism

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April 16, 2012 10:00 amtoApril 17, 2012 10:00 pm

Fans of romance and mystery will enjoy the latest photography exhibition (Nec) Romanticism by Tristan Davies. The title is a portmanteau of necromancy and romanticism and explores “the photographic search for eternity.”

The exhibition runs at Brunswick Street Gallery until April 26.

WHERE: Brunswick Street Gallery, 322 Brunswick st, Fitzroy
WHEN: Until April 26, 10am-10pm
WEB: tristandavies.com


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