Rampaging puppies become art

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IT’S got to be the most self-explanatory exhibition title of the week “Puppies: Love and Carnage.”

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Beata Tworek and Marcin Lazarowicz are unabashed dog-lovers and they’re behind a show of photos, sculptures and kids’ drawings open at the Front from today, June 24, that pays tribute to Man’s Best Friend, whether terrier, pugalier or heeler.

They’ve got together with other fans, Agnieszka Berger, Jane Wild, Joel Smith and Roy Marchant and their canine companions to “to show our love for our little furry friends.”

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“Doesn’t matter what you call them: Bindi, Zeph, Max, Ivo, Luska,” they enthuse, “Doesn’t matter, because our feelings are similar: love and fun, fascination about the little furry creatures that love us, trust us as no one else in the world.”

It’s rare to find an exhibition where true love is the purpose, but here it is.

“Puppies: Love and Carnage” at the Front Gallery, Wattel St Lyneham, June 24- 30, official opening at 6pm tomorrow June 25 by Tammy Ven Dange, chief executive of RSPCA ACT. All welcome.

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