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Postcards From Vegas

Jan 14, 2011
FAS Contemporary in London showcases an exhibition of new work by Rob and Nick Carter titled ‘Postcards From Vegas’ from January 14 till February 15, 2011.  Sourcing from their personal collection of childhood postcards combined with their shared passion for bright neon, Rob and Nick Carter have...
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FAS Contemporary in London showcases an exhibition of new work by Rob and Nick Carter titled ‘Postcards From Vegas’ from January 14 till February 15, 2011.  Sourcing from their personal collection of childhood postcards combined with their shared passion for bright neon, Rob and Nick Carter have created fourteen new pieces marrying these postcards from the 60s and 70s with neon signs of the type originally found on locations such as casinos, diners, ice cream parlours and motels.

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(© the artists; Courtesy, FAS Contemporary and the artists/ Left: ‘Pioneer Pawn’, 2011 – Middle: ‘Volcano’, 2011 – Right: ‘London Policeman’, 2011)

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