Running concurrently with the British Museum touring exhibition Ancient Iraq: New Discoveries, Nottingham-based artist Paul Matosic’s recent body of work explores the ruins of the ancient city of Phibonak.
Images L-R: Door Light, 2014 | Overloaded, 2010 I City of Light, 2014 © Paul Matosic
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Saturday 26 March-Sunday 19 JuneDjanogly Gallery
Celebrate the rich cultural legacy of Iraq, with this British Museum touring exhibition marking the first time that new Iraq field research will go on tour.
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