Until Tuesday April 28 from 12 noon to 6 pm, including Culture Night April 25 at 5 pm to midnight at Clarion Sign, Galleri Duerr will be telling you the stories of:
Nuno Perestrelo - "Lost Empires" To avoid repeating past mistakes, you must know and understand them. After nearly 50 years of dictatorship and censorship the Portuguese, of which 60% could neither read nor write, stepped directly into the middle of the Cold War and a global market economy. The photographer Nuno Perestrelo, born 16 years after the peaceful Carnation Revolution in 1974, has captured a series of poetic images that bare traces of a time that once was, born out of the need to rescue that forgotten time. The sites of Industrial monuments, not only influenced by the impact of time and nature but also of the promise of community development, economic crisis and chemical damage, were once places where people made their livelihood by farming and fishing.
Matt Miley - “Assimilation in the Snow" 183 x 305 cm, made in New York/Missisippi, first time showing in Sweden is heavily influenced by his life experiences in the southern United States. During his time London and Amsterdam he observed a complex social, cultural, and political environment. Europe bares some similarities to the southern United States but is often completely divergent. Matt’s research involved the critical reason, comparative mythology, and theory in contemporary art.
Alannah Robins - The on-going project “A sculpture in Liquorice" and her oil painting series “Woman under Water".
Please contact us if you would like to meet us outside of this timeframe. And of course you can just drop by anytime during Clarion Sign’s open hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 11 - 01 (Sunday - Monday to midnight) and as a hotel guest 24/7!
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