Milly Peck’s solo show: Front of House

Milly Peck’s solo show: Front of House

Milly Peck (The Bridget Riley Fellow 2021-2) opened her solo show Front of House at VITRINE’s new space in Fitzrovia on Thursday 21st July. The show is a series of sculptures alongside drawings and an outdoor work all of which were made during or in response to her time at The British School at Rome. The show continues until 18th September.

Click here for more information about the show.

Left: Milly Peck, 2022. © VITRINE

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