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Behind the scenes: The Almshouse Tempera Project 17 September 2015

Part 2: Installation

Here’s some sneak peeks from the installation of the show!

Featuring the work of four artists, Inscription: The Almshouse Tempera Project brings together different approaches through two common factors: egg tempera – the antiquated method of painting, and the subject of almshouses – an important but often forgotten part of the urban landscape.

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Derek Hampson

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Deborah Harty

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Atsuhide Ito

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Peter Suchin

Late Opening:

Join us in the Atrium on Thursday 1 October, 5 pm – 7.30 pm for a special evening viewing of the exhibition. Simply RSVP to boningtongallery@ntu.ac.uk to confirm your attendance.

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