post-title Elvira Bach | Two Days in Purple Gumboots | 68projects | 19.01.-24.02.2018

Elvira Bach | Two Days in Purple Gumboots | 68projects | 19.01.-24.02.2018

Elvira Bach | Two Days in Purple Gumboots | 68projects | 19.01.-24.02.2018

Elvira Bach | Two Days in Purple Gumboots | 68projects | 19.01.-24.02.2018

until 24.02. | #1774ARTatBerlin | 68projects presents from 19th January 2018 the exhibition “Two Days in Purple Gumboots – Early Works 1979–1990” by the artist Elvira Bach.

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Nightowl,1982, 130 x 165 x cm, Laquer Paint on Canvas

 

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Two Days in Purple Gumboots, Oil, Acrylic and Oil Pen on Canvas 

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Vernissage: Friday, 19th January 2018, 06:00 – 09:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Friday, 19th January – Saturday, 24th February 2018

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Image caption Cover photo: Elvira Bach, Two Days in Purple Gumboots, Oil, Acrylic and Oil Pen on Canvas

Exhibition: Elvira Bach Frühe Werke 1979 – 1990 – 68projects | ART@Berlin

 

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