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The RHA’s Annual Exhibition


by Bill O'Sullivan
29th May 2014
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The 184th Annual RHA exhibit is back with its pick-a-mix of artists

The RHA’s Annual Exhibition is one of the special art dates in the calendar no matter how habitually it comes around. The art displayed is chosen on a purely meritocratic basis, stretching across a variety of disciplines and from a number of artists who have often not received huge exposure, as well as some of the country’s better known practitioners. The result is a diverse mix, both in styles and mediums, and one that always makes for an excellent exhibition as well as a rare opportunity for punters to buy art. The eclectic and invariably impressive mix allows for a relaxed approach to the work, without any one ego or vision being put across.

Last til the end of August.

Roisin Agnew @Roxeenna