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Play | A Festival of Fun opens at 50 Upper Brook Street in Mayfair, London from 9 Oct - 2 November, 2009.

Play is a 'pop-up' group show and programme of performances and events themes on the subject of play. Play is curated by Lauren Prakke & Nick Hackworth.

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PLAY in the PRESS Michelle Vanparys 1 28th October 2009
Invitations to the Charity Evening Nov. 3rd Michelle Vanparys 0 21st October 2009

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EVENT Invitation: WOMEN for WOMEN Intl. Charity - Cocktails Nov. 3 hosted at PLAY, sponsored by Hub Culture

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The London Junior Leadership Circle of


invites you to paradise row + PRAKKE CONTEMPORARY's

PLAY, a Festival of Fun Charity Evening Nov.3rd

Images from the fabulously FUN exhibition: PLAY, a Festival of Fun

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Paradise Row + Prakke Contemporary hosted a tremendously fun and interactive party for artists, art lovers and buyers alike featuring their acclaimed exhibition 'Play, a Festival of Fun' during FRIEZE art week.


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In Barry Reigate's paintings inhabitants from the studios of Disney and Warner Brothers metaphorically collide in a painterly netherworld that recalls the jackdaw style of Basquiat.


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One of Russia's leading contemporary artists, Gosha Osterov's parodic powerful pieces deal in the despotism of post-Soviet Russia.