We say farewell to Fragments and This Mess is Kept Afloat

28 February 2018

It's always sad to say goodbye when an exhibition (or two) leave our galleries, regardless of how excited we are about what's to come. Andrew Lacon's Fragments and Kate V Robertson's This Mess is Kept Afloat captured visitor's imagination when it came to posting on social media. There are so many posts, it was hard to choose which to share!

Here are a few of the wonderful things people said, and beautiful pictures they took - if you fancy seeing more, why not search #Fragments, #thismessiskeptafloat, or #helloDCA on Instagram? We could easily spend hours scrolling through the photos - thank you everyone. 




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this mess is kept afloat, Kate V Robertson

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Mira abajo ???? #AndrewLacon #DCA #Fragments

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Coming up next in our galleries is Shonky: The Aesthetics of Awkwardness. Curated by artist John Walter, Shonky is a major group exhibition featuring the work of artists and architects: Arakawa and Gins; Cosima von Bonin; Niki de Saint Phalle; Benedict Drew; Justin Favela; Duggie Fields; Louise Fishman; Friedensreich Hundertwasser; Kate Lepper; Andrew Logan; Plastique Fantastique; Jacolby Satterwhite; Tim Spooner and John Walter. Shonky: The Aesthetics of Awkwardness opens on Sat 10 March  - 27 May. 

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