Artist Olga Jevric exhibition opens in Hoxton

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Artist Olga Jevric exhibition opens in Hoxton

Using cement, iron dust, rods and nails the works of Serbian artist Olga Jevric have gone on show in the capital for the first time. Through her art she investigated the relationship between solid matter and void with many of the works being rough in texture to give the appearance it's been created by nature rather than by hand. 

Some of the works by artist Olga Jevric, they'll be on show at the Peer gallery in Hoxton until the 14th of September. 

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