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25 July 2014

See the British Council's North Korea exhibition

Typically behind the curve, your author has been meaning to see Above the Line: People and Places in the DPRK at British Council headquarters just off Trafalgar Square for months, and has left it until the final day today to get round to going. The exhibition showcases Nick Danziger's photography of ordinary life in North Korea, examining how apart from being the cartoonish political basket case we see regularly in the news, it is also a real country that is home to more than 20 people.

The exhibition is one of a regular series taking place in one of London's little-known free art galleries, the reception area at British Council headquarters, 10 Spring Gardens, London, SW1A 2BN. Danziger is a travel photographer who has been travelling the world finding beauty in unusual places since the 1980s. If you want to see his latest exhibition you have until 6pm tonight.

For more, see http://visualarts.britishcouncil.org/exhibitions/exhibition/above-the-line-people-and-places-in-the-dprk-north-korea-photographs-by-nick-danziger-2014

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