Event: ‘Intersection’, Group Exhibition (Tyburn Gallery, London)

Tyburn Gallery is pleased to present INTERSECTION, a group exhibition including works by southern African artists Gabriel Choto (born in Harare, Zimbabwe), Gabrielle Kruger (born in Cape Town) and Neo Matloga (born in Limpopo province, South Africa).

This summer, the group show at Tyburn Gallery features three young artists who are pushing the boundaries of painting in their practice. From layering different media, to blending techniques, to abandoning the canvas entirely, these artists all present their own innovative perspective on what it means to be a painter in 2018.

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Image courtesy of Tyburn Gallery: Intersection Exhibition 

The exhibition is showing now until 22nd September 2018.

Note that Tyburn Gallery has been closed since 4th August, for summer, but they re-opened today and the exhibition is now in continuation: Wednesday 22nd August.

Discover more about the exhibition and the artists here

Keep track and follow Tyburn Gallery on their Facebook Page and/ or on Twitter via the handle @TyburnGallery

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Logo courtesy of Tyburn Gallery, London

 

Tyburn Gallery is dedicated to international contemporary art. The gallery exhibits and represents established artists and younger talents from a global range of evolving art scenes, with Africa as a point of departure.



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