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New exhibition : “Somewhere between urban planning and a coffee spill” to open in London

Bristol-based British artist duo Wood & Harrison new exhibition An Almost Identical Copy opens this Friday 24th April at Carroll / Fletcher in London.











John Wood and Paul Harrison: An almost identical copy 24th April – 30th May 2015
Carroll / Fletcher 56 – 57 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8EQ

John Wood and Paul Harrison make single­channel and multi­screen video works, prints, drawings, and sculptures.

Selected projects 2015
Solo Show ­ CAV, Coimbra, Portugal
Solo Show ­ ICC, Tokyo, Japan
Group Show ­ Diamonds Always Come in Small packages, Kunstmuseum, Luzern
Group Show ­ Un Nouveau Festival, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Commission ­ to work with Contemporary Art Gallery and Ballet BC Company, Vancouver, Canada
Commission ­ Arts Council New Expressions; Bristol Museum and Art gallery



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