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Young artists show off their works at TorTim

Publication date 30 March 2020 | 00:26 | ICT

Two young artists – a painting and a photography artist – share space at the TorTim contemporary art gallery to present their work in an exhibition The Flow that began from March 18 and will run until June 18.

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