Thousands join art project to interpret Ruben's Feast Of Venus

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Thousands join art project to interpret Ruben's Feast Of Venus

The painting 'The Feast of Venus' is one of the most recognised images from the 1600's, but now the picture has been reimagined as part of a collaborative project.

Artists from around the world have been creating their own versions of Ruben's original and their work is now on display in east London.

The exhibit named '3045 Variations on The Feast of Venus' is on at the DreamSpace Gallery and runs from April 28 - 13 May.

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