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Form, Fame and Fuma Divina An Exhibition of Photography at The House of the Nobleman Open Now


Wood Shavings Cape Town 1967 (c) John Thornton

Curated by Roksana Ciurysek-Gedir and Michael Hardy
until Wednesday 29th February 2012 By Appointment Only

The House of the Nobleman, one of the largest satellite exhibitions launched during the Frieze Art Fair and installed at Boswall House, a magnificent 18th century private mansion overlooking The Regent’s Park.

Form, Fame and Fuma Divina has been curated to include the traditions of photography which are well established, including The Nude, The Portrait, Still Lives and a series of photographs from Alistair Morrision, shown for the first time, which explore the passion of cigars in the atmospheric settings of Havana, Cuba.

Artists exhibited include:
Alistair Morrison, John Thornton, Alexander James, Sheila Rock, Roksana Ciurysek-Gedir, Terry O’Niell, Bill Wyman, Andy Teare, Peter Lavery and Olivia Rose vs. Stone and Spear.




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