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Trerise Gallery Room 1
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Trerise gallery in Plymouth devon Show casing photography from lecturers from Plymouth College of Art. In This room we have work from Parr Photographic, Tim Gundry, Emma Roberts, Tina

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Uploaded: 30/01/2014
Updated: 13/03/2014
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