The first exhibition ever devoted to the Tibetan female artist Dedron, will be staged by Rossi & Rossi, London, from the 6 May to 12 June.
Dedron's work is based on the beauty of nature and the simple life in the miraculous land filled with silent historical monuments that is Tibet. Although her work is based on traditional Tibetan art, it is not a stylistic reproduction of that tradition; Dedron has created her own pictorial language that is simple yet mysterious. Her paintings incorporate modernist, cubist and even surrealist references; details of ornamentation, design and colour impact are essential characteristics of her style.
The title of this exhibition is taken from one of the paintings on view entitled We are nearest to the Sun, painted in 2009 in mineral pigments on canvas.
This exhibition reveals the beginning of this remarkable artist's second decade of work inspired by her love of her country and its people.