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Artist member Bharti Parmar, will be showing at this year’s Coventry Biennial, a
city-wide visual art exhibition which celebrates and promotes contemporary art and artists, and is rooted in the city of Coventry, its history and its future.

The Biennial will take place from the 4 October – 24 November 2019 in venues such as The Row, a disused NHS facility, The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and Coventry Cathedral, to name but a few.

The biennial’s title the year is The Twin and it comprises a series of exhibitions, events and activities about relationships, twin cities, translation, collaboration, political inequality and conflict.

Artist member Bharti Parmar, will be showing at this year’s Coventry Biennial, a
city-wide visual art exhibition which celebrates and promotes contemporary art and artists, and is rooted in the city of Coventry, its history and its future.

The Biennial will take place from the 4 October – 24 November 2019 in venues such as The Row, a disused NHS facility, The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and Coventry Cathedral, to name but a few.

The biennial’s title the year is The Twin and it comprises a series of exhibitions, events and activities about relationships, twin cities, translation, collaboration, political inequality and conflict.

Matching Pairs detail. Vinyl marquetry playing cards 2019. ©Bharti Parmar

Members Matt Gale and Lily Wales will also be exhibiting at the Biennial through New Art West Midlands recent regional graduates programme.

 

 

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