GLYNN GRIFFITHS: Clifford Chance




Winner of the Clifford Chance/University of the Arts London Sculpture Award 2010

Duration 01 March 2010 - 03 September 2010
Times Fri 12-6 by appt
Cost Free
Venue NULL
Address 10 Upper Bank St, London E14 5JJ, ,
Contact 020 7006 5384 / / fhac@globalnet.co.uk

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