Sharif Persaud’s solo exhibition will reopen when we do
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Sharif’s exhibition is part of a UK-wide project highlighting the extraordinary contribution neurodiverse people make to art and culture. Browse the #EXPLORERSproject hashtag on Instagram
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Sharif Persaud's exhibition is commissioned by Autograph as part of EXPLORERS, a three-year programme of art and conversation led by Project Art Works in partnership with Autograph, Fabrica, De La Warr Pavilion, MK Gallery, National Institute for Experimental Arts UNSW, Photoworks and Tate Liverpool.
Images, from top: 1 and 2) Sharif Persaud, Holby City, 2014. Courtesy of Project Art Works. 3) Video courtesy Project Art Works.
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