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Juliet Rose: Atmosfear
by Ami Kealoha
on 29 November 2006
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Juliet Rose, the London painter whose subject is the ephemera of everyday life, is one of nine artists showing their work in the upcoming show called "Atmosfear." Opening next Monday, 4 December 2006, at the Air Gallery in London, the works exhibited in the week-long show all share "a profoundly atmospheric aesthetic." For Juliet, that includes silver combs, keys and other trinkets that she arranges evenly against a monotone background, like in "The Story of Ten Days" (pictured left) and "Paroxismal Confusion" (pictured right). (Click either image for detail and see the flyer here.)

Atmosfear
Private View: 5 December 2006, 6-9pm
Through 9 December 2006
Air Gallery
32 Dover Street
London WIS 4NE
tel. 07966 140770 or 020 7704 2838

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