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Prospect Revenge is a solo exhibition of new work by Lithuanian artist Robertas Narkus, as part of an exchange between Vilnius based organisation Rupert and David Dale Gallery.
About Prospect Revenge
Comprised of installation, sculpture and video pieces, Prospect Revenge is a solo exhibition of new work by Lithuanian artist Robertas Narkus, as part of an exchange between Vilnius based organisation Rupert and David Dale Gallery, Glasgow.
The exhibition is curated by Yates Norton of Rupert, Vilnius.
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