Ó This show evolved from ÒAnything Can Happen in A Horse Race,Ó at the Milton Keynes Gallery in London, where her installations represented the gambling cities of Atlantic City, Las Vegas and Reno.
What does MKG stand for?
MKG stands for Milton Keynes Gallery (UK)
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- Mindestkartierfläche (German: Minimum Mapping Unit)
- Miss Kitty Fantastico (fictional cat)
- Motto Kryla Fisher LLP
- Monkey Knife Fight Design (web design; UK)
- Milton Keynes Floorball League (UK)
- Make File system
- Mark Kovach Fishing Services (West Virginia and Maryland)
- Mètre, Kilogramme-force, Seconde
- Mahatma K Gandhi
- Metaal Kennis Groep (Dutch: Metal Knowledge Group; software company; Netherlands)
- Mit Kameradschaftlichen Grüßen (German: With Best Regards)
- Mitsubishi Kreditbank GMBH (German branch of Mitsubishi Bank)
- Mund Kiefer Gesichtschirurgie (German: Mouth Jaw Surgery)
- Muskegon, MI, USA - Muskegon County International Airport (Airport Code)
- Michelle Kwan Guardian Angels
- Milton Keynes Ghost Club (Milton Keynes, UK)
- Materba Kanatha Gamage Chamila Premanath (Sri Lankan cricket player)
- Michelle Koen Graphic Design (Australia)
- Milton Keynes General Hospital (UK)
- Merijn Klerx Grafisch Ontwerp (Dutch: Merijn Klerx Graphic Design)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Similarly, in the contributors' page entry for Emily Pethick, author of the December issue's London "On the Ground," it was erroneously stated that the Milton Keynes Gallery is likewise located in London.
At the Milton Keynes Gallery until September 21 2008.
He came to the North-East with a big reputation, having been the founding director of the new Milton Keynes Gallery.
Stephen Snoddy, director of the Milton Keynes Gallery, was appointed this week as the new director of the Baltic in Gateshead.
In March 2004 Stephen Snoddy , a former director of Milton Keynes Gallery , took his place, but in August he was arrested over an alleged incident in London.
Byline: By David Whetstone The new boss of Baltic, the Gateshead centre for contemporary art, is to be Stephen Snoddy, the highly regarded founding director of the Milton Keynes Gallery.