Wednesday 14 March saw the launch of Kim Gravelle’s latest solo exhibition at MTM Loft, 85 Playfair Road. On display – oil and acrylic paintings on canvas and plywood capturing impressions of Asian cities through the eyes of a business traveller moving at full speed.
March 29th, 2012
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