George RW Cutts, Archive from1980 

15. Feb - 20. Feb 13 / ended Parade

Free

11am - 5pm, daily

Exhibition | Drawing | South East


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A show of over 100 new drawings from George RW Cutts. Working predominantly in ink and watercolor, the show features abandoned towns, Antarctic explorers, ACME whistles, badges, birds, brogues, buttons, clay pipes, clocks, coins, cycling jerseys, Delph tiles, desert boots, dogs, door bells, forgotten Olympians, hot dog carts, Margate, medals, mermaids, monkey paisley, pétanque, trophies, tuk-tuks, and typewriters.

The exhibition includes, The Margate Postcards, a new series of 30 blue monochrome postcards inspired by Margate past and present

Every visitor can enter a draw to win a piece of work featured in the show.

Parade is an artist led space, 2 minutes along the sea front from the Turner Contemporary and provides an ideal complement to the Carl Andre and Rosa Barba exhibitions.


http://www.archivefrom1980.com


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