British artist Tony Cragg will present his graphic and sculptural works at an exhibition at Haunch of Venison in Zurich. The exhibition, which will take place between 16 March and 21 April, will feature 50 graphics works ranging from arrangements of faces and inanimate objects to abstract forms. Cragg’s sculptures are made from bronze and are reminiscent of geological formations. For more information visit www.haunchofvenison.com.
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