"Passage" an exhibition of the works of Shivani Mathur

ProvinceBrussels (BRU)

Red Moon gallery in Brussels aims to connect East and West by promoting talented women artists from the far East, Indian sub-continent, Middle East and Africa. All of them source their inspiration in societal challenges such as the effects of urbanisation, globalisation, inequalities on themselves and their communities. Following the resounding sucess in 2018 of "Uninterrupted" at the Nehru Centre in Mayfair, London, and an exhibition "A Grain of Salt" on the life and influence of Mahatma Gandhi at India House in London, Shivani Mathur is the first woman to exhibit at the Red Moon gallery in an exhibition "Passage". "Passage" explores the ways our paths meander, alliances shift, relationships converge and diverge. The works in this exhibition are a very personal statement.
It depicts the artist's own “rite of passage”, her move from India to London, her shift from the world of finance to art and a metamorphosis in her personal relationships with people, ideas and a national identity. The exhibition comes at a time when Britain and Europe look to explore new paths and redefine the relationship.... The exhibition explores the gap between real people, real situations and our altered perception of them with the passage of time. Looking back, which memories will intensify? Which will fade? The exhibition runs from 10th May to 26th May 2019. Vernissage week-end in presence of the artist, late openings with a drinkFriday 10th May (6pm to 9 pm)Saturday 11th May (3 pm to 9 pm)Sunday 12th May (10 am to 2 pm)Exhibition open until 26th May by appointment with the gallery

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