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Trerise Gallery Room 2
England

Trerise gallery in Plymouth devon Show casing photography from lecturers from Plymouth College of Art. In This room we have work from Corrie M, Vanesa G, Monika F, Luke Broadway, Rita Herd

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Uploaded: 30/01/2014
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