2 edition of Monti-Wa-Marumo found in the catalog.
Published to accompany an exhibition held at the Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, 19 August-25 September 1993.
|Contributions||Angel Row Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Introduction to relativity
Weybosset Bridge in Providence Plantations, 1700-1790
Africa, world of new men.
guidebook for Spanish-Speaking Program coordinators.
Nitrogen fixation by legumes in Mediterranean agriculture
Late to Class
Catholicism and reason
[McLeod and Happy Hollow].
Cacti from seed - the easy way.
Finance and banking developments
38 4-jan jan monti wa marumo - south african arts and artists 39 1-feb feb "hi tech & ancient mythology - richard ducker, piyawan & rosie leventon" 40 1-mar mar black experience - 10 black photographers 41 mar apr third world within - afroasian artists in britain.
Brixton Calling. was a collaborative, participatory project that brought together Contemporary Arts and Learning and the Brixton Monti-Wa-Marumo book Collective Archives Group (BACA) to examine the links between contemporary Brixton and its past by exploring the history of Brixton Art Gallery and Artists Collective in the s.
Brixton Art Gallery was an integral part of the London art scene from its. If you'd like to add to the archive then please get in touch, especially if you exhibited at the Gallery or helped curate any of the exhibitions: [email protected].
This was the exhibition that Kevin O’Connor had wanted to stage since the first day that he walked into the Gallery, an homage to the more pessimistic aspects of Orwell’s book, The whole space was turned into a giant installation with works appearing from the gloom to shock and disturb.
Angel Row Gallery, 3 Angel Row, Nottingham NG1 6HP; Black Visual Arts Project, Beaconsfield Street, Hyson Green, Nottingham Pitika Ntuli [unspecified] Monti-Wa-Marumo (Boomerang to the Source) A Critical Commentary on South Africa Listing .