New works by Swedish artist Hanna Liden are on display at the Locan O'Neill gallery as part of her Diamonds in the Mine exhibition. The New York-based artist's work examines "the ignored edges of urban living" according to exhibition organisers. Liden's new sculptures were created from materials and overlooked urban debris such as cement, tin cans, beer bottles, cheap sunglasses, chains and rubbish bags. Liden has exhibited in New York, Zurich, London, Paris and, most recently, Athens. Galleria Lorcan O'Neill, Via Orti d'Alibert 1E, tel. 0668892980, www.lorcanoneill.com.
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