The Antipodean Gallery of Post-Modern Art
On the 4th of February, 2022, The Antipodean Gallery of Post-Modern Art
will play host to the art works of one of this countries premier young artists. Pau Pei, originally from the Chinese province of Onthera Dio, is presenting his latest collection “The Concentric Curiosities.” Below is a selection of some of the highlights of the collection for your perusal and prospective purchase.
Pre-display purchases can be made over the phone and via the website. Payment methods taken are Cheque, money order, Credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Diner's Club and American Express accepted), Debit Card, Cash, Paypal, International Draft (excluding the Royal Bank of Nigeria), and Cash Passport. (more...)
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. In Greek society, Hermaphrodite was respected as a powerful divinity, and they often made ritualistic sacrifices
them such as slaughtering a prisoner of war bought at the market on discount during the post-Christmas sales. There was even a holiday
in their honor where the greeks would change gender roles for the day. (more...)