Provocative pictures

26th September 1997 at 01:00
The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford, is "going into exile" while its premises close for refurbishment. From November, for one year, it will present temporary exhibitions, workshops, theatre, Internet and Musenet events at the Arts Mill, Little Germany, Bradford. The first exhibition, "The Unexplained", will look at images as evidence of phenomena from the Turin Shroud and Loch Ness Monster to aliens, Yetis, weird world weather and crop circles. The Pictureville Cinema remains open. Tel: 01274 727488.

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