VICTORIA MANSIONS PHOTOGRAPHS
This wonderful collection of photographs by the illustrious Ms Victoria Mansions has been curated by the extraordinary Dr Enem Murphy, Director of Extremely Post-Modern Art at the Elvis-Picasso Gallery.
The collection comprises four photographs which were the only photographs ever taken by Ms Mansions before her beloved Kodak Brownie was destroyed in an incident in a field somewhere near the site of the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215. The trauma was so great that she has since abandoned all cheap and antiquated photographic technologies.
The images beautifully exhibited here have also been shown in many hospitals, asylums and refuges for the very deprived and desperately sick. In fact, these works by Ms Victoria Mansions were chosen in a nationwide poll of inmates at mental institutions across Europe as their favourite images of all time. They have even put forward Ms Mansions' name for some prestigious awards.
Ms Victoria Mansions has a long record of captivating exhibitions and performances and although she is noted for her deep concerns for the very poor, she is still able to devote some valuable time to jet-setting across the ponds and ride expensive bikes with her studio assistant, Glen Thom'ato.