Plinth's Five Favourite Booths at Art16

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Plinth's Five Favourite Booths at Art16

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Ikon/Plinth stand, NP6, at Art16.

We're really enjoying our first visit as exhibitors to Art16 in Olympia. Come and see us this weekend at booth NP6 on the mezzanine level, and make sure you check our some of our favourite offerings from other galleries while you're here...

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Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea, Brazil, LF5.

Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporanea was founded in 2011 and its director Luciana Caravello has presided over a programme of both emerging and established artists. At Art16, the gallery presents a solo project by Adrianna eu.

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Galerie Liusa Wang, France, LF10.

Gallerie Liusa Wang is located in Paris and specialises in displaying the work of contemporary asian artists. At Art16, they're showing work by Duan Zhao which ranges from handwriting and photography to drawing and painting.

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Ikon/CCVA, Birmingham City University, UK, NP7.

Ikon Gallery is collaborating with the Chinese Centre for Visual Arts at Birmingham City University to present works from artists Zhao Zhao, Hu Xiaoyuan and Liang Yuanwei. The exhibition aims to respond to issues of tradition and innovation within Chinese culture.

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Ruya Foundation, Iraq, NP10

The Ruya Foundation is an Iraqi-registered, non-profit, non-governmental organisation striving to promote culture in Iraq and provide a means by which Iraqi artists can participate in international cultural events. At Art16, they present work from Sakar Abdullah Sleman, Nadine Hattom and Akram Assam among others, which takes the form of painting, sculpture and photography.

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October Gallery, UK, Project 9, Stand A1.

Founded in 1979, October Gallery exhibits a varied programme of contemporary art from around the world. At Stand A1, Art16, they're displaying 'Food for Europe' by Romuald Hazoumè which emulates a customs hall, full of the objects which we carry with us around the world to retain a sense of home.

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