Modern Art Oxford is hosting an evening of events to celebrate the opening of two major exhibitions—Josh Kline‘s Freedom and Kiki Kogelnik‘s Fly Me to the Moon—on August 21.
The summer preview begins at 6pm with a discussion with Kline and Frieze editor Amy Sherlock about his exhibition, Freedom, and ideas used in his work, including 3D printing and media manipulation. At 7pm, both shows will officially open for public viewing, and at 7:30pm, Director of Modern Art Oxford, Paul Hobson, will give a short speech introducing the exhibitions.
After the official opening, the music begins with performances by Swedish singer-songwriter Julia Meijer and pop duo Freada (formerly known as Jess & Ness).
See the event page for details. **
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