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Real And Imagined Lives
What is Fact? What is Fiction?
On loan from the National Portrait Gallery, London this temporary exhibition looks at identity through fame and anonymity, reality and fiction and how people will be remembered.
The mysterious 16th and 17th century portraits in Imagined Lives have inspired internationally renowned authors to create fantasy character sketches and fictional biographies. Bringing to life the sitters whose identities have been lost or misattributed. Who are these people? What do the paintings unveil about the anonymous? In Real Lives, local writers offer their alternative insight into the people we think we know through contemporary photographic portraits of people with a Bristol connection, including Damien Hirst, JK Rowling, Tony Benn and Banksy.
Themed talks, tours and special activities will accompany this exhibition.
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Venue: M Shed
Enquiries: 0117 352 6600
→ Bedminster 11 min walk