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IT'S OVER WHEN IT'S OVER



4.3.9pm
DIVUS
presents

IT'S OVER WHEN IT'S OVER
PAV MXSKI 

Pictured is the author visiting his mother
Pav Mxski is a London-based artist and poet of Polish origin. At first a successful photographer of the English rave scene, later founder of a wild project called Slaginc, now pursues his own artistic work along with the written word. His art is a picture of a community uprooted,  in need of social orientation and lacking an hospitable human architecture.

music
PANENSKE OSTROVY band
and other thematic repercussion

Opening Thursday, March 4, 2010, 9 pm
DIVUS UNDERGROUND
Karlin Studios, Krizikova 34
(across the car park behind "corso" building)
Prague 8 - Karlin, Czech Republic

Exhibition open till march 31, 2010

(after opening book your visit
at production@divus.cz
or call +420 777 717 779 )

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