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Noel Fielding's guide to modern art

Noel Fielding is a talented man.

A patron of the dark arts of surrealist comedy. A bastion of the avant garde. A popularist of the Noir (literally).

He's also delightfully bonkers.

Who better then to lead ShortList.com down the twisting garden path that is modern art - a philosophical, hilarious guide that even saw Fielding demonstrate his own art skills...

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Watch, learn and laugh. 

An Evening With Noel Fielding is available on DVD and Digital Download from 16th November from UPHE Content Group. Pre-order from Amazon



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