Temple Of The Occult exhibition, Norman Rea Gallery, University of York until October 27 (From York Press)
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Temple Of The Occult exhibition, Norman Rea Gallery, University of York until October 27
8:14am Wednesday 17th October 2012 in Exhibitions
Felix Zakar, a graphic artist and illustrator whose work is on show in the Temple Of The Occult exhibition at the Norman Rea Gallery at the University of York
AN exhibition of artwork inspired by occult traditions has gone on show at the University of York.
Temple Of The Occult has seen the Nortman Rea gallery in Derwent College transformed into the interior of a temple, with artwork representing the mythology and rituals of occult traditions on display.
The exhibition was created by Robin Spalding. It includes work from a number of artists, and takes place in the gallery which is run by students from the university.
Mayssa Kachico, director of the gallery, said: “We are very excited to start the new academic year with Robin Spalding’s installation.
“Through involvement in the amazing creative space offered by the Norman Rea Gallery, students including myself are able to gain direct experience in curatorial practice.
“This is a great experience for anyone wishing to pursue a career in an art gallery or museum.”
The gallery is on the university’s Heslington West campus, and is open to all on weekdays between 9am and 5pm until October 27.
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