University of the Arts London holds its annual Students Union exhibition Xhibit05 next month, featuring work by over 30 students, from photography and painting to product design. Many pieces will be for sale. The show runs from 1 March until 7 April at the Arts Gallery at 65 Davies Street, London W1. Pictured are Green Man by David Lee (right) and Colour Abstract 2 by Rachel Taylor (above).
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