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Instagram Competition: Win a signed copy of Dick Jewell's 'Four Thousand Threads' 23 January 2019

Along with various video and photo works, Dick Jewell’s solo exhibition Now & Then also includes a chance to get involved with one of the art works.

Take a selfie in front of Dick’s large-scale photo collage War & Peace and upload it to instagram using the hashtag #djwarandpeace for the chance to win a signed copy of Four Thousand Threads.

The winning entry will be selected by Dick Jewell.

The competition will run for the duration of the exhibition – so you have until Saturday 23 February to visit the exhibition and get your selfies uploaded!

UPDATE: The winning entry came from Alice Rodgers (@bed.space on instagram):

 

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#djwarandpeace making selfies for my degree, the grind is hard 😩😩

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Dick particularly liked the angle of this selfie, which you’d expect from a BA (Hons) Photography student at NTU’s School of Art & Design…

Thanks again to everyone who entered! Check out all of the #DJWarandPeace selfies here.

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