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Sunday, 17 June 2012

Jenny Saville in Oxford

 
Jenny Saville came to prominence in the 1990's as part of the 'Sensations - Young British Artists' exhibition. Surprisingly, this is the first solo exhibition of her work at a UK public gallery. Modern Art Oxford will be displaying works from the early nineties to the present day. Complementing the main show will be a series of drawings presented at the Ashmolean Museum in which Jenny takes inspiration from Renaissance Virgin and Child paintings.
The exhibition starts on 23rd June and goes on until 16th September 2012 and is free to enter.

1 comment:

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