Artists open their homes to the public

Two hundred artists have thrown open their doors to the public as part of the Brighton Festival - transforming their homes into galleries as part of the Artists Open Houses project.

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Artists open their doors to the public

Two hundred artists have thrown open their doors to the public for the Brighton Festival this weekend - transforming their homes into galleries.

The Artists Open Houses project is thought to be largest event of its kind in the world - but its not just kitchens, hallways and front rooms being transformed.

Award winning artist Yinka Shonibare's exhibit 'The British Library' is featured at the Pavilion Museum's Reference Library in Brighton, which has had its run extended until June 22. Andy Dickenson reports.

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