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'Illustrating architecture' exhibition set to open doors

An exhibition of architectural illustrations is to go on show at the Anise Gallery in London next week

Artists and illustrators will join forces to as part of a new exhibition, entitled ‘Stories in Light and Line’, which opens at the Anise Gallery, Shad Thames on 20 April.

The exhibition held by the Society of Architectural Illustration will highlight the techniques used in architectural visualisation.

Works by Keith Hornblower, Nigel Gilbert and guest artist Sachiyo Nishimura will ‘reveal the diverse ways of narrating and exploring the compelling stories behind architecture’.

Nigel Gilbert - Prince Edward Square

Nigel Gilbert - Prince Edward Square

The exhibition will be held at the Anise Gallery, 13a Shad Thames, London from 21 April - 19 May.

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