We Are All Made of Glue

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The bones of the murdered 5.2 million are scattered across Ireland, the Atlantic sea-floor and North American littorals; but they are concentrated in mass graves the permanently-abandoned state of which eloquently reveals the genocidists’ power. Stocking traditional and contemporary fine art by award winning European, UK and Irish artists in a variety of media including the Irish landscape painted in oils, watercolours, acrylics and mixed media. Questions are welcome from the audience. �This event complements the Silver Speaks: ‘Idea to Object’ exhibition at the V&A, and Silver Speaks: ‘Form’ exhibition at the Goldsmiths’ Centre and is part of the London Design Festival programme.

Pages: 444

Publisher: Penguin (July 2, 2009)

ISBN: B002RI9S1A

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