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Tyger Bryght Jan 25
I'm loving Gilbert and George!
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Sue Pritchard Jan 23
OMFG. In for a meeting. And sitting next to . Living. My. Best. Life.
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Ryan Smith Jan 24
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Jake O'Kane Jan 27
David McIlveen accusing artists Gilbert & George of hate speech is obscene. McIlveen has based his whole pathetic career on spouting odious epithets against the LGBT community. I was going to this exhibition anyway, but now, nothing will stop me.
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Green Party NI Jan 22
Listen to explain on why she looks forward to the opening of opening . Clare encourages people to come along and engage in conversation and highlights how the arts can provide a safe space for many identities.
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Sam Gilbert Aug 13
very happy to have written this article with my brilliant colleague . 1) it’s a serious and important issue. 2) i’ve always wanted to publish something with author list
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Sarah Wright Jan 30
Booked tickets to see the exhibition at 🤗 The exhibition is on until 22nd April, tickets are free (with suggested £3 donation):
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Clare Gormley Apr 12
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Camper Van of Dreams Jan 25
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Lucy Stuart Apr 12
This is happening right now! G&G are a pair of total legends - come and meet them 🙋🏼‍♀️
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Annabel Cary Mar 7
opening on 28 April - well I never! This is a show organised by the nationwide touring exhibition . We are keen to encourage people to go beyond their comfort zones - there is certainly nothing that comfortable about G&G's work!
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Jake O'Kane Jan 27
And a note to the Belfast Telegraph, this is NOT a 'controversial exhibition' as they disingenuously describe it. It is an exhibition of work by renowned artists which will be viewed by thousands of people around the world.
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HAM Oct 14
Gilbert & George welcome you to THE MAJOR EXHIBITION! It consists of over 50 large-scale pictures spanning decades of their art from 1991 till 2016 in an installation filling the main, upper floor galleries at Tennis Palace. Until 24 February 2019.
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Zo - a consensual hallucination 12 Dec 17
One of those "internally squealing" moments meeting (*♡∀♡)
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The MAC Apr 20
Don't miss the final weekend of our current exhibition SCAPEGOATING PICTURES for Belfast by world-renowned artists We've welcomed almost 20,000 visitors to our galleries since the exhibition opened in January. Come check it out while you can this weekend!
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Katharine Deas Feb 11
Addictively immersive. Visit to experience diversive non-mainstream thinking. Pictures to challenge inherited beliefs. never knew you could make me feel as part of it as you are
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Dan Kirmatzis Jun 19
I decided not to enter a single portrait competition this year - kept my money but took many portraits including these of Gilbert & George taken January 2018 Copyright Dan Kirmatzis 2018
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Belfast Art News Jan 26
All a buzz today in the Metropolitan Arts Centre as sign autographs in upper gallery. Their 2013 show opened last night and definitely worth the 5 year wait! The three galleries are alive and reaching their full potential. Explore the adventure 😀
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Robin Gill Feb 19
This exhibition is an amazing hidden gem. One of the most exhibitions I have ever seen. Deffiantly worth a visit #belfast
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@atlondonbridge Jan 17
Violent, eerie, grotesque, lurid and crazed... don't miss the exhibition at Bermondsey before it closes on Jan 28th
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