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Original 200

"What can you get in a gallery for £200? What is the value of art and does it have anything to do with its price?”

Cupola Gallery posed these questions with its 2017 exhibition Original 200. With work from 33 artists: Abbie Cairns, Alison Tyldesley, Amanda Lwin , Annette Petch, Beth Barlow, Cath Dunn, Chase and Plate, Daniel Ashton, Debbie Michaels, Emily Perry-Musgrave, Fumi, Hazel Dixon, Jill Miller, Karen Sherwood, Karin Hessenberg, Kristy Campbell, Lesley Birch, Luca Serasini, Marion Kuit, Myfanwy Williams, Paul Schatzberger, Pauline Rignall, Rachel McDonnell, Robyn Hepburn, Simon Dobbs, Stephen Todd, Sue Burley, Susan Plover, Tomas Rowell, Vaiva, Kovieraite-Trumpe, Viv Owen, Will Atkins.

See video of the exhibition below.

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