Closing soon: Pat Brassington, Nonetheless, Latrobe Regional Gallery

There is just one more week to see Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Pat Brassington’s solo exhibition NONETHELESS at the Latrobe Regional Gallery.

In her text accompanying the exhibition Elizabeth Errol says: “Nonetheless is a new body of work that provokes, delights, and disturbs the senses.”  The exhibition has free entry and closes on April 7.

For more information visit: https://latroberegionalgallery.com/project/6327/

Image credit: Pat Brassington, The Long Goodbye, pigment print, 2017, 90 x 73cm, Edition of 8, Courtesy of the artist and ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne

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