THE stunning exhibition at Milton Keynes Gallery, Pushwagner’s Soft City, is nearing the end of its stay with us, but if you’ve not been already, can we twist your arm?
Pushwagner’s first show outside of Norway has been inspired by the glamour of Pop Art and the non-conformity of the Beat Poets.
The provoking delivery remains at MK G through to September 2nd, and admission is free.
The art house also has a terrifically indepth accompanying guide, right, clocking in at £35.
Fans won’t want to leave without a copy....
> We stay with MK G and give mention of tomorrow’s musical interlude, a session of immersive soundscapes from electronic ace Jana Winderen.
For more information, give the gallery a call on MK 676900.
> Over in the MK Gallery Project Space, another Showcase 2012 participant begins a week long stay, today.
Sian Schiaparelli Rees presents Cows, Codes and Kids – a series of drawings, paintings and prints taking the visitor through an exploration of life on the Home Front and the work of the Women’s Land Army during World War II.