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Tsherin Sherpa 'All things Considered'
Edition of 50. Available Now

Iniva is delighted to launch a new limited edition print by acclaimed Nepalese artist Tsherin Sherpa, created in collaboration with Rossi & Rossi Contemporary.

This outstanding digital print which comes in two sections, was created from the original monumental canvas based diptych ‘All Things Considered'.

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Establishing National Pavilions: Roma and Seychelles
Thursday 4 February 6:30-8:30pm

Free talk in Stuart Hall Library

A discussion of the issues and experiences behind setting up pavilions for two previously unrepresented nations at the Venice Biennale. The first Roma Pavilion was established in 2007 and the first Seychelles Pavilion in 2015. What are the implications of participation in and recognition by an international art exhibition for national and cultural identity?

With Curator Timea Junghaus (via Skype) and artists Nitin Shroff, Léon Radegonde (via Skype), Daniel Baker and Delaine Le Bas.

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