Vernissage on Thursday the 4th of April 6pm to 9pm.
Group exhibition featuring the diverse works of 16 international
artists who explore the concept of âSeven Mortal Sinsâ
in diff erent cultures and beliefs; ranging from the ancient
world to contemporary society, using diff erent mediums
and creative methodologies. Through diff ering personal
perspectives and backgrounds, the exhibition off ers the
public a chance to explore the notion of âSeven Mortal Sins'
through a range of associated subjects and sub-topics. As
well as looking at the traditional defi nition of the topic, each
artist has explored its meaning in the 21st century and interpreted
this into their own work.
An intriguing, curious and thought-provoking display of
feelings, thoughts, fears, fantasies and hopes, this exhibition
runs at the Mile End Art Pavilion, with its large windows
adjacent a pond situated in a small park by one of London's
canals provides the ideal location to inspire audiences to
meditate on the concept of mortal sins. None of the artwork
on display aims to provoke, upset or disrespect its surroundings
in any way and only intends to inspire profound feeling
and thought in viewers.
· Consuelo Giorgi - Photography
· Jürgen Bätz - Painting
· Sylke Ennen - Painting
· Peter Franck - Photography
· Karl H. Gilz - Illustration
· Roman Gilz - Photography
· Deo Kundeo - Ilumination Picture
· Katy Malik - Videoinstallations
· Hanne Moschkowitz - Photography
· Edwitha Emmerson Myrtlewood - Painting
· Alice Giorgi âIblis Art' - Painting
· Carsten Prehn - Painting
· Gabriella Ceglia - Illustration
· Nick Prostamo - Painting/Illustration
· Zoe Monday - Illustration
· Angela Ferrotti - Photography
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