A contemporary art exhibition inspired by Benjamin Britten
Aldeburgh Music's SNAP exhibition this year takes place from June 8-30 at Snape Maltings in Saxmundham, Suffolk. The programme was founded in June 2011 by artists Abigail Lane and Sarah Lucas as the contemporary visual arts component of the Aldeburgh Festival.
SNAP 2013 celebrates the centenary of Benjamin Britten, co-founder of the Aldeburgh Festival, by inviting contemporary artists to produce new works inspired or influenced by his life and work. Featured artists include founders Abigail Lane and Sarah Lucas, alongside Benedict Drew, Maggi Hambling, Ryan Gander, Roger Eno, Scott King, May Cornet, Emily Richardson, Julian Simmons, Juergen Teller, Cerith Wyn Evans and Mark Fuller.
Click the first image to launch the gallery below:
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