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Ann Dowker’s life is punctuated by journeys. Visits to Morocco and the Himalayas of northern India during the 90s opened a door to a world far removed from London’s South Bank that had been the subject of her practice throughout the 80s. Next came the Nile valley around Luxor in Egypt, where she discovered an environment that so impressed her with its natural splendour and human activity that the place and its people have now become the major subject of her work.

Ann Dowker: A View from Upper Egypt (2012)


Includes an essay by Ann Dowker.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release.

View the exhibition catalogue online.

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