The Politics in Print exhibition has started its tour in Devon with its first stop at the Exeter Phoenix.
The exhibition is commissioned by Double Elephant print workshop, which asked seven artists – Lucy Brett, Volkhardt Muller, Steven Paige, Gary Powell, Jonathan Velardi, Catherine Cartwright and Nicci Wonnacott – to respond to the political archive resources held at the Devon Record Office.
For more details on the work read our story of the launch of the Politics in Print at the X-Centre (which took place in September 2010), or read the story in SouthWestShows.
The show runs at the Exeter Phoenix until Monday, January 31 and moves to the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington on Friday, February 4. There’s a free ‘eye-opener’ discussion on January 19, at 10.45am. For more details see the Phoenix website.
(image: an element of Volkhardt Muller’s part of the exhibition)
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