‘Mrs. Darling’s kiss’: a group exhibition at Arch 402 Gallery in Hoxton, London

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Long, T. 2011. ‘Mrs. Darling’s kiss’: a group exhibition at Arch 402 Gallery in Hoxton, London. Arch 402 Gallery, Cremer Street, London, E2 8HD 08 Jul - 05 Aug 2011
CreatorsLong, T.
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Works by: Joan Ashworth, Louise Bourgeois, Steve Bunn, Tom Chamberlain, Stephen Chambers, Denise de Cordova, Kate Davis & David Moore, Dexter Dymoke, Jonas Grimas, Jane Harris, Tim Long, Rosa Loy, Lee Maelzer, Nicholas Pankhurst, Kate Rowles, Fiona Shaw and Mike Taylor.
On 7th July, Arch 402 Gallery presents Mrs. Darling’s Kiss, a multimedia group exhibition featuring works by UK-based and international artists who reflect and ‘know’ the enigmatic, the intriguing, the frustrations and lure of desire. The resulting works, ranging from painting to sculpture, installation and film, highlight the hidden power and potency that comes from artifice and its ability to linger in our imagination. The exhibition title takes its cue from the J.M. Barrie writings about Peter Pan, in which Mrs. Darling possesses an unreachable kiss.

Date2011
Exhibition title‘Mrs. Darling’s Kiss’: A group exhibition at Arch 402 Gallery in Hoxton, London
Related URLhttp://now-here-this.timeout.com/2011/07/08/mrs-darlings-kiss-arch-402-gallery/
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Deposited01 Feb 2017
Completed11 Jul 2011
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