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Pushwagner Exhibition: Now Open

29.6.2012
Visitors exploring the work The Apocalypse Frieze. Photograph Derek Wales.

Visitors exploring the work The Apocalypse Frieze. Photograph Derek Wales.

Visitors with the work A Day in the Life of Family Man in the Cube Gallery. Photograph Derek Wales.

Visitors with the work A Day in the Life of Family Man in the Cube Gallery. Photograph Derek Wales.

Visitors with the work Soft City in the Middle Gallery. Photograph Derek Wales.

Visitors with the work Soft City in the Middle Gallery. Photograph Derek Wales.

A visitor viewing the work Honk City. Photograph Derek Wales.

A visitor viewing the work Honk City. Photograph Derek Wales.

Artist Hariton Pushwagner, signing copies of the exhibition catalogue. Photograph Derek Wales.

Artist Hariton Pushwagner, signing copies of the exhibition catalogue. Photograph Derek Wales.

Visitors outside the gallery with the newly commissioned façade, Pushwagner Mouth. Photograph Derek Wales.  

Visitors outside the gallery with the newly commissioned façade, Pushwagner Mouth. Photograph Derek Wales.  

Visitors exploring the work The Apocalypse Frieze. Photograph Derek Wales.
Visitors with the work A Day in the Life of Family Man in the Cube Gallery. Photograph Derek Wales.
Visitors with the work Soft City in the Middle Gallery. Photograph Derek Wales.
A visitor viewing the work Honk City. Photograph Derek Wales.
Artist Hariton Pushwagner, signing copies of the exhibition catalogue. Photograph Derek Wales.
Visitors outside the gallery with the newly commissioned façade, Pushwagner Mouth. Photograph Derek Wales.  

Visitors exploring the work The Apocalypse Frieze. Photograph Derek Wales.

There was a great atmosphere at MK Gallery on Wednesday as over 350 people joined us for our summer party, which included the launch of our latest exhibition Pushwagner: Soft City.

 

The show brings together drawings, paintings and prints made over the last forty years by the visionary Norwegian artist, Hariton Pushwagner. With its literary allusions and piercing social commentary, his work has many affinities in the family of twentieth-century science fiction and its depictions of modern metropolitan life.

 

The exhibition runs at MK Gallery until 2 September 2012.

 

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