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What’s Up?

Private view of ‘What’s Up?’ in Soho

 

On 13th April, Lawrence Van Hagen hosted a private view of a collection of works by fifty artists he curated in Greek Street, Soho.

 

What’s Up – Lawrence Van Hagen – 13th to 30th April 2016 – Soho Revue – Art exhibition
Lawrence and Suzanne Van Hagen

 

Over Ruinart champagne and Portobello Road Gin, guests perused over eight-five works and socialised with aplomb. Amongst those present were Topes Calland, Mark Captain, Chelsy Davy, Andrew Hancock, Barbara Minto, Luciano Pierre White, Antonia Plunkett and Angelo Valentino.

 

What’s Up – Lawrence Van Hagen – 13th to 30th April 2016 – Soho Revue – Art exhibition
Natasha Briefel, Flora Ogilvy, Eloise Showering and India Whalley

What’s Up – Lawrence Van Hagen – 13th to 30th April 2016 – Soho Revue – Art exhibition
Matthew Steeples and Barbara Minto

What’s Up – Lawrence Van Hagen – 13th to 30th April 2016 – Soho Revue – Art exhibition
Anoushka Beckwith and Arizona Muse

What’s Up – Lawrence Van Hagen – 13th to 30th April 2016 – Soho Revue – Art exhibition
Andrew Hancock and Tani Burns and Alexander Ravinskii and Dmitry Oskin

 

Titled What’s Up?, the exhibition runs until 30th April.

 

All pictures © Hannah Harley Young.

 

 

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