Modern Art Oxford is closed on Thursday 26 May as we prepare to open Ruth Asawa: Citizen of the Universe on 28 May.
4 March 2022
6:00 pm
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9:00 pm

Preview Party - Jesse Darling: No Medals No Ribbons

Join us to celebrate the opening of Jesse Darling: No Medals No Ribbons, an exciting new exhibition showcasing influential works by the artist from the last ten years.

With the galleries open until 8.30pm, refreshments available from the Café and the Shop open until 9pm, and DJ sets from artists Imran Perretta and Paul Purgas, this is a great chance to see the exhibition before it opens to the public the next day.


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Imran Perretta

Encompassing moving-image, sound, performance and poetry, Imran Perretta’s work explores ideas of biopower, marginality and the (de)construction of cultural histories.

Paul Purgas

Paul Purgas is a London based artist and musician working with sound, performance and installation. Originally trained as an architect he is one half of the electronic music project Emptyset working with electroacoustic and computer music, broadcasting and spatialised sound.