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DENISE WYLLIE: Fete De L’Estampe Festival of Printmaking For the 2nd year running, artist Denise Wyllie hosts an open studio event for Manifestampe’s Fete De L’Estampe Festival of Printmaking. Sunday 26 May 2019 and after that date by appointment only. Studio address: 407 Long Lane, East Finchley, London N2 8JN. Contact djwyllie8@googlemail.com for further details  https://www.wyllieohagan.com

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SARA SHAKEEL: The Great Supper – Now Gallery Pakistani visual artist Sara Shakeel presents a new sculptural work ‘The Great Supper’. Now Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0SQ. Exhibition runs 15 May – 23 Jun 2019

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LINA IRIS VIKTOR SOLO EXHIBITION – In Development Brit-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor is preparing for an autumn exhibition at Autograph ABP, London, UK. She sources a zen-like creative state for her powerful images – a world where the lines between reality and the unconscious are blurred and unfiltered. In her own words “it tends…

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ZANELE MUHOLI: Somnyama Ngonyama – Hail the Dark Lioness Stunning images from South African artist Zanele Muholi’s Somnyama Ngonyama – Hail the Dark Lioness exhibition, which is touring the Colby College of Museum of Art, Maine USA until June 9, 2019. Describing herself as a visual activist, she produces work which challenges gender, sexuality and…

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THE MANY FACES OF MULTI-TALENTED ZUZA TEHANU London-based, Polish-born Zuza Tehanu is a multi-talented, photographer, musician, singer, songwriter, dancer, choreographer, fire eater and circus performer – to name a few! She was also responsible for the creative direction in these stunning photographs of herself, helped by other photographers who bring equal measures of talent.

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DENISE WYLLIE’S OPEN STUDIO, FETE DE L’ESTAMPE 2019    For the second year running,  Finchley-based artist Denise Wyllie will be opening her studio for Manifestampe’s Fete de L’Estampe festival of printmaking. Although it originated in France, it has taken a distinctly non-Brexit stance by opening its cultural borders to artists all over Europe and, indeed,…