Tar Pit: Barry McGee @ Eighteen Gallery, Copenhagen

Tar Pit: Barry McGee @ Eighteen Gallery, Copenhagen
Spring, traditionally seen as the season of new beginnings is feeling especially energizing this year. With social life slowly getting back to what we’re remembering it to be, we’re seeing fun gallery openings resurrecting, among other things. And one of such events is about to take place at our friends over at Eighteen in Copenhagen. With an opening reception set for Friday, June 11th, and the exhibition period being June 12th until July 8th, V1’s sister space will present Tar Pit, Barry McGee’s 2nd exhibition with the gallery, and his 5th major presentation in the Danish capital.

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