19 Jan 2005
Ed Templeton 'The Judas Goat' at Modern Art, London 
Ed Templeton's solo exhibition titled 'The Judas Goat' opens with a preview tomorrow at 6pm at Modern Art in London.



Following that, it's open Thursday - Sunday from 11am - 6pm until 6 March.



Stuart Shave | Modern Art

10 Vyner Street

London E2 9DG

Tel: +44(0)20 8980 7742

Fax: +44(0)20 8980 7743

www.modernartinc.com

info@modernartinc.com



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