ArtSlant - Recently added en-us 40 Nona Garcia - Silverlens Manila - August 27th - September 17th <div class="detailsMid"> <p style="text-align: justify;">This September, Nona Garcia will be the final artist to show in Silverlens&rsquo; first Pasong Tamo Extension gallery, before the gallery moves down the street to its new building in Lapanday&nbsp;Centre. In the ten years since Silverlens started the warehouse gallery model, only three artists have successfully used all the spaces for a single show&mdash;Arturo Luz, Leslie de Chavez, and Gabriel Barredo. Garcia ends this list with <em>Fall Leaves After Leaves Fall</em>. Last seen in Silverlens Manila as part of the group show <em>The&nbsp;Midnight&nbsp;Marriage</em> (2013) with Patricia Perez Eustaquio and Maria Taniguchi, Garcia takes over all the spaces.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The artist moved to Baguio City three years ago, and this show marks that move and the intangible milestones since, for both the artist and Silverlens. Garcia uses the elements&mdash;water, air, fire, and earth&mdash;as markers for these milestones.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Garcia will be showing all paintings. Water and air stand face to face in one of the galleries: two murals face-to-face, one sea (<em>Before The Sea</em>, 2012) and the other, sky (<em>Before the Sky</em>, 2016). Not the first time that either has been shown, but the first time they are shown together, in the way the artist originally intended. As earth, there is an 8x10-foot painting of a wall in Ifugao that doubles barely visible as a cantilevered stairway, a poetic nod to getting somewhere without realizing it. As fire, she presents abstract paintings of the remains of a recent fire that destroyed the Silverlens storage facility containing 217 pieces of art. Signaling the transformation post-destruction, pointing to the proverbial phoenix.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">For both Nona and Silverlens, this is a sentimental show that marks the end of something, and points to the beginning of another.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><em>Fall Leaves After Leaves Fall </em>will be on view from August 27 to September 17 at Silverlens, 2/F YMC Bldg. 2, 2320 Don Chino Roces Ave. Extension, Makati City. For inquiries, contact or (02) 816 0044.<strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>About the Artist</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Nona Garcia</strong> (b. 1978, Manila) received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting at the University of the Philippines. Solo shows include: <em>Unearth</em>, Arndt, Berlin (2015), <em>Recovery</em>, Bencab Museum, Baguio City (2014), <em>Before the sea</em>, West Gallery, Manila (2012), <em>False Apparitions</em>, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore (2012) and <em>Somewhere Else</em>, Finale Art File, Manila (2012). Garcia has also participated in numerous exhibitions in China, Italy, Germany,&nbsp; Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Korea, and Japan. She is a recipient of the Cultural Centre of the Philippines Thirteen Artists Award (2003) and is the Grand Prize winner of the Philip Morris ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Art Award in Singapore (2000). She lives and works in Baguio City.</p> </div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 18:12:35 +0000 Kamala Ishaq - Sharjah Art Foundation - November 12th - January 9th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">This solo exhibition presents works by Sudanese artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishaq. Kamala is one of the leading influential artists and pioneering modernist painters in Sudan. The exhibition will show a variety of paintings including early works by the artist, and new works commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation.&nbsp;<br /><br />This exhibition is co-curated by Sharjah Art Foundation's Director and President Hoor Al Qasimi and Dr Salah M. Hassan, Goldwin Smith Professor and Director, Institute for Comparative Modernities, Cornell University and happening alongside&nbsp;<em>The Khartoum School: the Making of the Modern Art Movement in Sudan</em></p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: right;"><em>يقدم هذا المعرض مجموعة من أعمال الفنانة السودانية كمالا إبراهيم إسحاق. والتي تعدّ أحد كبار الفنانين المؤثرين ورواد حركة الفن الحداثي في السودان. يضم المعرض مجموعة من بواكير الأعمال التي أنتجتها الفنانة، بالإضافة إلى الأعمال الجديدة التي كُلّفت بها من قبل مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون. شارك في تقييم المعرض حور القاسمي رئيس مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون، والدكتور صلاح م. حسن بروفسور في قسم جولدوين سميث، ومدير معهد دراسات الحداثة المقارنة، جامعة كورنيل. كما شارك كلاهما في تقييم مؤتمر بعنوان "الحداثة وصناعة الهوية في السودان: استعادة حقبة الستينيات والسبعينيات". يقام المعرض في المباني الفنية لمؤسسة الشارقة للفنون، مبنى J، ما بين 12 نوفمبر 2016 و16 يناير 2017.</em></p> <div class="col-right">&nbsp;</div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 18:07:27 +0000 Amir Nour - Sharjah Art Foundation - November 12th - January 9th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">This major solo exhibition will include early drawings, photographs, sculptures and new commissions by the America-based Sudanese&nbsp;artist Amir Nour. By using a wide range of media including bronze, stainless steel, cement, plaster and wood, Nour creates non-figurative and highly abstract works that reflect his ability to integrate methods, techniques, forms and ideas drawn from his dual experience as an African living in the West. This exhibition will feature the transitional period that Nour went through, creating a sense of traditional African imagery with the visual vocabulary and materials of Western minimalism.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The exhibition is co-curated by Sharjah Art Foundation's Director and President Hoor Al&nbsp;Qasimi and Dr Salah M. Hassan, Goldwin Smith Professor of African and African Diaspora Art History and Visual Culture in the Africana Studies and Research Centre, and in the Department of History of Art and Visual Studies, Cornell University.</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: right;">ضم هذا المعرض الاستعادي للفنان السوداني عامر نور المقيم في أميركا، الرسومات والصور الفوتوغرافية والمنحوتات التي أنجزها خلال 30 سنة الأخيرة من مسيرته الفنية، بالإضافة إلى الأعمال الجديدة التي كلّف بها والمستمدة من صور القباب، والأقواس، وشجر الكالاباش، والتلال الرملية المماثلة لتلك الموجودة في مسقط رأسه في السودان. تجمع أعمال نور الفنية ما بين الصور المجازية الأفريقية التقليدية والمفردات البصرية والمواد المرتبطة بالتقليلية الغربية.&nbsp;<br /><br />شارك في تقييم المعرض حور القاسمي رئيس مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون، والدكتور صلاح م. حسن، بروفسور في قسم جولدوين سميث في جامعة كورنيل.</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 18:05:34 +0000 Robert Breer - Sharjah Art Foundation - October 1st - January 9th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;"><em>Robert Breer: Time flies</em>, is a retrospective exhibition of artist Robert Breer opening at The Flying Saucer. The exhibition will survey some of Breers earlier works in painting and experiments in animation as well as his later kinetic sculptures and large-scale works. One of the founders of the American avant-garde, Breer was an experimental filmmaker, painter and sculptor with a practice that spans over more than 25 years.&nbsp;<br /><br />The exhibition is curated by Sharjah Art Foundation Director Hoor Al Qasimi</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: right;">روبرت برير، هو معرض استعادي للفنان روبرت برير، سوف يضم المعرض المزمع افتتاحه في مبنى الطبق الطائر، مجموعة من بواكير الأعمال التي أنتجها الفنان، والتي تتضمن اللوحات الفنية وتجاربه في الرسوم المتحركة، إلى جانب الأعمال التالية التي تشمل المنحوتات الحركية والأعمال الكبيرة. يعد برير أحد مؤسسي حركة الفن الطليعي الأميركية، كما اتسمت ممارسته الفنية بكونها تجريبية خاصةً في صناعته للأفلام والرسم والنحت، والتي امتدت لأكثر من 25 عاماً. تقييم حور القاسمي رئيس مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون.</p> <div class="col-right">&nbsp;</div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 18:03:10 +0000 Yayoi Kusama - Sharjah Art Foundation - October 1st - January 9th, 2017 <p>Yayoi Kusama&rsquo;s exhibition includes a comprehensive selection of early works from the 1950s, as well as site-specific reproductions and interactive installations. Particularly known for her use of polka dots and nets, Kusama has produced work in a range of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, film and installations.&nbsp;<br /><br />Curated by Sharjah Art Foundation Director Hoor Al Qasimi.</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: right;">يضم معرض يايوي كوساما مختارات شاملة من أوائل أعمالها التي أنتجتها في فترة الخمسينيات، إلى جانب أعمال ذات موقع محدد أُعيد إنتاجها، وأعمال تركيبية تفاعلية. أنتجت كوساما مجموعة واسعة من الأعمال الفنية باستخدام وسائط متعددة كاللوحات، والرسومات، والمنحوتات، والأفلام والأعمال التركيبية، وهي أيضاً معروفة باستخدامها لنمط "البولكا دوت" والشبكات.&nbsp;<br /><br />تقييم حور القاسمي رئيس مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون.</p> <div class="col-right">&nbsp;</div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 18:00:30 +0000 Enrico David - Sharjah Art Foundation - October 1st - January 17th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">Exhibiting for the first time in the region, Enrico David&rsquo;s solo exhibition will showcase his metal sculptures, and large scale tapestries which employ artisanal craft technique. David&rsquo;s diverse practice collides at the intersections of sculpture and textiles, drawing, painting and installation. Born in Italy and based in London, David was shortlisted for the 2009 Turner Prize.</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: justify;">يقدم هذا المعرض الذي يقام للمرة الأولى في المنطقة، مجموعة من أعمال الفنان إنريكو دافيد، والتي تضم منحوتات معدنية ومنسوجات مزخرفة كبيرة الحجم مصنوعة يدوياً. تتداخل ممارسة دافيد الفنية المتنوعة عبر تقاطعات فنون النحت والنسيج والرسم والأعمال التركيبية. تم ترشيح دافيد لجائزة تيرنر في عام 2009. ولد الفنان في إيطاليا ويقيم في لندن.</p> <div class="col-right">&nbsp;</div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:57:25 +0000 Kamal Youssef - Sharjah Art Foundation - September 17th - November 17th <p style="text-align: justify;">This retrospective presents Egyptian-American artist Kamal Youssef in collaboration with Sharjah Museums Department. Born in Egypt in 1923, Kamal continues to be productive for more than seventy years with a distinctive style of painting and sculpture.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><em>Kamal Youssef: Egyptian Surrealism's Time Capsule</em> is co-curated by Sharjah Art Foundation's Director and President Hoor Al Qasimi and Dr Salah M. Hassan, Goldwin Smith Professor and Director, Institute for Comparative Modernities, Cornell University.</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: right;"><br />بالتعاون مع إدارة متاحف الشارقة، يقدّم هذا المعرض الاستعادي أعمال الفنان المصري-الأميركي كمال يوسف. ولد كمال في مصر عام 1923، وما زال مستمراً في تقديم إنتاجاته الفنية التي تمتد لأكثر من سبعين عاماً، والتي تتسم بأسلوبي رسم ونحت مميزين. شارك في تقييم معرض "كمال يوسف: الكبسولة الزمنية للسريالية المصرية"، حور القاسمي رئيس مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون، والدكتور صلاح م. حسن بروفسور في قسم جولدوين سميث، ومدير معهد دراسات الحداثة المقارنة، جامعة كورنيل. سيتم افتتاح المعرض في متحف الشارقة للفنون في 17 سبتمبر 2016، ويستمر لغاية 17 نوفمبر 2016.</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:55:53 +0000 Arnulf Rainer - Sharjah Art Foundation - September 17th - November 1st <p style="text-align: justify;">This retrospective exhibition highlights early works by self-taught Austrian artist Arnulf Rainer. A selection of his early sculptures, paintings, videos and archival documentation will be shown for the first time. The exhibition will include selected works from the Blind Paintings and Overpainting series as well as sculptures, archival documents and videos.&nbsp;<br /><br />Curated by Sharjah Art Foundation Director Hoor Al Qasimi.</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: right;">يسلّط هذا المعرض الاستعادي للفنان النمساوي ذاتي التعليم أرنولف رينر الضوء على بواكير أعماله الفنية، حيث يعرض لأول مرة مجموعة مختارة تتضمن منحوتات ولوحات وأعمال فيديو ووثائق أرشيفية.<br />يضم هذا المعرض أعمالاً مختارة من سلسلتي "اللوحات العمياء" و"نحو تورية اللون"، إلى جانب المنحوتات والوثائق الأرشيفية والفيديوهات.&nbsp;<br /><br />تقييم حور القاسمي رئيس مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون.</p> <div class="col-right">&nbsp;</div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:51:47 +0000 Hu Jieming, Jiang Pengyi, Lu Lei, Shao Yi, Xu Zhen, Yang Zhenzhong, Zhang Ding - ShanghART Singapore - September 23rd - November 30th <p style="text-align: justify;">ShanghART Singapore will hold a group exhibition titled &ldquo;The Dynamics&rdquo; from 20 September to 30 November 2016, featuring a range of multi-media art works by Hu Jieming, Jiang Pengyi, Lu Lei, Shao Yi, Xu Zhen, Yang Zhenzhong and Zhang Ding.<br /><br />The exhibition will be presented in a dynamic way with a variety of moving images and installations. We hope viewers will be able to interact with the works and amongst each other under such a dynamic circumstance.<br /><br />Artistic creation is a process of materializing one&rsquo;s imagination and creativity. In some way, imagination invokes inspiration through some medium, which can be anything at all: a mosquito, a woman&rsquo;s breath, light and shadow, a beautiful moment&hellip;Following the imagination, one&rsquo;s creativity will go even further, to decode the inspiration into a brand new self-expression. This process taps into the organic performance, &ldquo;Creativity is the strongest example of the dynamic nature of intelligence, and it can call on all areas of our minds and being.&rdquo;①<br /><br />This exhibition puts particular emphasis on New Media Art, or so-called Time-Based Art. This kind of art works uses the passage of and the manipulation of time as the essential element, and often includes movement and sound, to engage viewers involved in the final part of the creative process at the point of presentation. For artists, the idea of reactivity and interactivity is also considered as inherent to art works; viewers take great role enhancing the concept of art. In other words, it is the dynamic time, viewers&rsquo; interaction and synchronic consciousness that make individual perceptual expression eventually form a vivid artistic filed.<br /><br />①&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Quoted from &ldquo;The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything&rdquo;, by Ken Robinson, Lou Aronica</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:46:02 +0000 Birdhead - ShanghART Singapore - July 22nd - January 21st, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">ShanghART artist collective BIRDHEAD (SONG Tao and JI Weiyu), started their six-month Southeast Asia Residency program from July 2016. They scheduled to travel around Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and other places, and they will come to Singapore to exhibit their art works created during the journey. Moreover, selecting Singapore as the last and most important stop in Southeast Asia, BIRDHEAD will conduct artists talk with Singaporean artists, which will definitely deepen bilateral exchanges in the field of arts, as well as culture and mutual understanding.<br /><br />BIRDHEAD&rsquo;s early works consist of photographic images of everyday life in their hometown of Shanghai. From 2011, they expanded the scoop of shooting to a broader prospective. Each action of gazing and shooting cuts out a space and a time, which also becomes a self-reflection, and it is to say the thousands of photos are thousands times of self-reflection. This action seems to be an exploration of the outside world; however, it is in fact a study of our heart and a constant introspection.<br /><br />In their opinion, shooting is only a means of expressing emotion, and it is both visual content and various materials that form into BIRDHEAD Language. Through constant photo shooting, selecting and editing photos to create connection and rhythm, through studying the traditional and current techniques, fabricating and mounting photos, to eventually carry and express our emotions in the time we live in.<br /><br />For BIRDHEAD, Southeast Asia trips may be regarded as an extension and reflection to a greater level. In an &ldquo;otherness" perspective, artists observe and record their own traces to explore various textures of life. They are tapping into proposition of "self" from far and beyond. Chiang Mai, Ho Chi Minh, Bagan, Phu Quoc Island&hellip;all places they travelled contributes an ongoing juxtaposition of traditional and modern, regional and individual influences, foreign "otherness" and native consciousness. Through shooting in Southeast Asia, their world is being constructed into multiple layers, among which they find a better way to connect with the whole world more directly and more deeply.<br /><br />Artist Introduction<br />BIRDHEAD (est. 2004), is an artist collective - JI Weiyu (1980) and SONG Tao (1979), were both born in Shanghai, where they also reside and work today. The artists graduated from the Shanghai Arts and Crafts School in 2000. Recent exhibition include: BIRDHEAD- Art Unlimited Art Basel 2016, Basel, Switzerland, (2016); BIRDHEAD- Welcome to BIRDHEAD world again, Zurich, Switzerland (2016); Welcome to BIRDHEAD World Again, ShanghART h-Space, Shanghai (2015); New Photography 2012, MoMA, NewYork, U.S.A.(2012); Reactivation - 9th Shanghai Biennale, Power Station of Art, Shanghai(2012); The 54th Venice Biennale - ILLUMInations, Venice, Italy (2011); China Power Station - part 4, Pinacoteca Agnelli, Torino, Italy (2010); The World of Other's: A Contemporary Art Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai (2008); China Power Station II, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway (2007). And their solo exhibitions include: Welcome to BIRDHEAD World Again-Beijing 2012, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing(2012); BIRDHEAD: New Village, EX3 Centro per l'arte Contemporanea Firenze, Florence, Italy (2011); Artist File 2011 The NACT Annual Show of Contemporary Art, National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan (2011); Welcome to the World of BIRDHEAD Again-2010, Guangzhou; Lianzhou (2010); BIRDHEAD 2006+2007 Photography Show, BizART, Shanghai (2007).</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:42:24 +0000 Henry Gambika Nupurra Dhamarandji, Richard Galnardiwuy, Trevor Gurruwiwi, Gali Yalkarriwuy Gurruwiwi, David Lakarriny Gurruwiwi, Paul Gurruwiwi - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - November 26th - July 30th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">'Lucent' draws together works from the Aboriginal and Pacific collections, illuminating connections and differences between the cultures. Evocations of light and its absence are explored through works ranging from installations of great majesty to intimate adornments for the body. Multiple feathered <em>Banumbirr</em> (Morning star) poles associated with creation stories engage with a 22 metre black <em>Ngatu Ta Uli</em> (barkcloth) used within mourning rituals, as do decorative and ceremonial pearlshell pendants from both cultures and textiles.</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:36:37 +0000 Hrafnhildur Arnardottir aka Shoplifter - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - November 19th - April 17th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">To coincide with 'Sugar Spin: You, me, art, everything' and to celebrate the tenth anniversary of GOMA, the Children's Art Centre will present an interactive exhibition by New York-based, Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardottir (aka Shoppy).</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Shoppy creates spectacular artworks using synthetic hair. She believes that hair can inspire great personal creativity and is a way for people to express who they are to the world.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">In this immersive installation children can engage with the artist's ideas and working methods through hands-on activities. Young visitors will be invited to create their own extraordinary paper hairstyle using specially designed templates and be encouraged to help style a wall of artificial hair-like material.</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:32:04 +0000 - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - October 15th - January 29th, 2017 <div> <p style="text-align: justify;">'No.1 Neighbour: Art in Papua New Guinea 1966-2016' presents work by artists from Papua New Guinea created from the mid-1960s, through Independence in 1975, until today. The exhibition focuses on the vibrancy of contemporary artistic expression, a direction that is unique in Australia. A key conceptual thread within 'No.1 Neighbour' is the importance of the ongoing relationship between Australia and Papua New Guinea with projects profiling ongoing creative relationships between communities and individuals.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">'No.1 Neighbour' is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation and through the Australian Government through the Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.</p> </div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:30:24 +0000 Rupert Bunny, Vida Lahey, Godfrey Rivers, Russell Drysdale, Nora Heysen, E Phillips Fox - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - May 28th - August 6th, 2017 <p style="text-align: justify;">A concentrated presentation of Australian collection highlights is on display during QAG's Collection Storage Upgrade. This stunning salon hang includes some audience favourites &mdash; iconic paintings by Rupert Bunny, Vida Lahey, R Godfrey&nbsp;Rivers, Russell Drysdale and Nora Heysen, and many others.</p> <h4 style="text-align: justify;">QAG COLLECTION STORAGE UPGRADE</h4> <p style="text-align: justify;">The art storage capacity at the Gallery is being increased by 30 per cent with the construction of a new mezzanine level and modernised storage systems in QAG's collection store. As part of this upgrade, the Australian collection display is currently closed. This space will be used to accommodate the Collection for the duration of the project, and is scheduled to reopen in September 2017. In the meantime, enjoy Australian collection highlights in 'Moving Pictures'.</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:26:45 +0000 Linda Marrinon - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - April 23rd - October 30th <div> <p style="text-align: justify;">'Posed' brings together sculptures by contemporary Australian artist Linda Marrinon with selected bronzes from the Collection.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Marrinon is known for her figurative sculptures that connect to European sculpture from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. She sculpts in plaster, a material traditionally reserved for studies for bronze works. Her subjects are often humorous and imaginative, rather than mythological or memorial.&nbsp;Together these sculptures show the artists' familiarity with anatomy, gesture and posture in works spanning the nineteenth to twenty-first centuries. Marrinon's contemporary figures converse with earlier works by Edgar Degas, Alfred Gilbert and Daphne Mayo while bringing a playful and speculative response to the genre of figurative sculpture.</p> </div> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:24:23 +0000 - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - May 7th - October 9th <p style="text-align: justify;">A selection of paintings, video works and sculpture from the contemporary Asian collection is on display, including works by Chatchai Puipia, Pinaree Sanpitak and Charwei Tsai, as well as Yuan Goang-Ming's three-channel video installation <em>Disappearing Landscape &ndash; Passing II</em> 2011.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><em>Disappearing Landscape &ndash; Passing II</em>&nbsp;is three-channel HD video installation by Taiwanese artist Yuan Goang-Ming. Yuan often draws on personal experience in creating his works, and this powerful installation reflects on the relationships and links between his own past, present and future.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">This work was created at a time of great emotion in Yuan's life, as his father passed away four months after his daughter was born. A meditation on time and memory, the film shows Yuan's home and the surrounding landscape through continuous linear sequences, using the movement of the camera and shifting film speeds to evoke acts of seeing, feeling and remembering. The work builds on the contrast between the warmth of his family life &ndash; including the reconstruction of his late father's study, his own apartment and the camphor tree in his garden &ndash; with unsettling scenes of the sea, speeding roads and the debris accumulated in abandoned neighbouring houses.</p> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:22:21 +0000