Do try this at home: making contemporary art accessible and affordable

Amira Hashish
May 2012
Evening Standard;5/23/2012, p28
E-COMMERCE whizz kids, Elinor Olisa and Isobel Beauchamp are on a mission to prove that you can transform a home into a work of art without spending scary amounts of money. The pioneering pair are behind ArtHAUS, an exhibition at east London's DegreeArt Gallery until June 29.


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