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Home is where the art is: Suffolk’s creatives throw open their doors

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Leading contemporary artists who locked down in their studios give East Anglia a new cultural landscape Most people head to Suffolk for the beaches and the fish and chips. Maybe a bit of crabbing or birdspotting if they feel energetic. This autumn there’s a surprising attraction: a cornucopia of contemporary art. Orford Ness is a nature reserve best known for its unique wildlife and military history. But it’s currently also host to Afterness, an exhibition by the groundbreaking organisation ArtAngel, which includes poetry by Ilya Kaminsky and an installation by composer and sound artist Chris Watson. Over in the market town of Melton, award-winning conceptual artist
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