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Exhibition of sculpture by Ana Maria Pacheco opens tomorrow
Tuesday 17 March
at The GALLERY, Norwich University of the Arts
St George’s Street, Norwich, NR3 1BB
An exhibition of major sculptural work by internationally acclaimed, award-winning Brazilian-born artist, Ana Maria Pacheco produced over the last four decades takes place in four different locations across the City of Norwich (Norfolk) opening simultaneously on Tuesday March 17.
The four locations include Norwich University of the Arts, Norwich Cathedral, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery and The Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Norwich.
The exhibitions are curated by Keith Roberts for the Norfolk Contemporary Art Society (NCAS), in association with Pratt Contemporary.
Curator Keith Roberts said “Ana’s art encompasses large and enduring themes; violence, journeys, death, love, transformation and metamorphosis reflect her high seriousness, but at the same time her work is neither pompous nor devoid of humour.”
The exhibitions run for different periods of time from Tuesday 17 March - you can find full details in the Art in Norwich booklet here and a full press release below
Author Marion Catlin
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