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'Distance' - Bristol Exhibition with Drawn in Bristol

Thursday 5th July 2012 10am - Tuesday 31st July 2012 8pm Bristol, Foyles, 6 Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BU Exhibition, Free Event

'Distance', a new illustration exhibition, opens this month in our first floor gallery at Foyles at Quakers Friars. Local collective, Drawn in Bristol, teamed up 11 of their own illustrators with 11 Argentine artists and illustrators to create this artwork, which meditates on the theme of distance. The exhibition previewed in Argentina in January 2012, and this is the Bristol leg of its journey.

Featuring: Alejandro Agdamus, Dave Bain, Leo Antolini, Andrea Balogh, Daniela Bogado, Alex Bertram-Powell, Bruno Busnelli, Katy Christianson, Romina Berenice Canet, Martha Ford, Florencia Delboy, Natalie Hughes, Maria Julia Goyena, Jess of The Lions, Ivanke and Lola, Jenny MacKendrick, Juan Lado, Kyle Smart, Carlos Leiro, SPZero76, Lorena Ruiz and Sally Haysom.

Curatored by Argentine, Drawn in Bristol member, Romina Berenice Canet, the exhibition also showcases a selection of rare work from five other Argentine artists: Nicolas Bolasini, Lucila Biscione, Tooco, Gabriel Glaiman andDan Waisman.

Prints are available to purchase, but should be ordered instore for delivery at a later date. Please ask a member of staff for details.

Distance by Martha Ford Distance by Leo Antolini

Main image by Andrea Balogh; above left by Martha Ford, right by Leo Antolini.

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