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The Age of the Marvellous catalogue

March 17, 2010 by Kay

All Visual Arts have released The Age of the Marvellous catalogue for the recent exhibition in the Holy Trinity Church Crypt, featuring work by Paul Fryer, Reece Jones, Alastair Mackie,  Polly Morgan and Keith Tyson.

The new paperback includes an introduction by Joe La Placa and an essay by the Arts and Culture editor of Dazed Digital John-Paul Pryor, titled “The Wonder Principle: Art, Evolution and the Unification of Knowledge in the 21st Century”.

For more information and to purchase this publication, visit the All Visual Arts website or email them.

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