Dublin artist Guggi opens exhibition in London

An exhibition by Dublin artist Guggi opened in London last week. The avant-garde artist is showing 17 works that display minimalistic representations of his trademark urns, bowls and vessels in the Osborne Samuel Gallery.

4th December, 2004

An exhibition by Dublin artist Guggi opened in London last week. The avant-garde artist is showing 17 works that display minimalistic representations of his trademark urns, bowls and vessels in the Osborne Samuel Gallery. Prices range from stg£1,250 to stg£16,500 for a bronze pot sculpture.

The exhibition follows a sell-out show in New York in 2001 at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery, which has become famous through its exhibitions of the work of artists such...

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