04/08/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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04/08/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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04/08/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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04/08/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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04/08/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions to Visit This August

We are now in the month of August, and you know what that means, gowithYamo’s favourite five upcoming exhibitions to visit.

Paddington: The Story of A Bear // British Library

One of the nation’s most loveable characters from the past 60 years now has his very own show within the British Library. Paddington’s new adventure, within the walls of the British Library, may start with you, the visitor, tidying the attic, going to the laundrette or even enjoying a birthday party, but it will always partner with the common theme of Paddington forever making a mess. Each visitor will have to follow the trail of marmalade splats to explore his tales of muddles and mishaps from his arrival in London, to home life with the Browns. Throughout the exhibition you will uncover the real-life inspiration behind the bear – through author Michael Bond’s own notes, his trusty typewriter and photographs that offer a glimpse into his remarkable life.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!  

JR: Chronicles // Saatchi Gallery

R: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. The exhibition showcases JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.

Click here to buy tickets for the exhibition and don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app to claim your Yamos!

Kerosene – Dylan Bardoe // Bermondsey Project Space

Dylan Bardoe’s latest show at Bermondsey Project Space showcases his obsessive, excessive large-format canvases, with intimate, instinctive works on paper. Bardoe’s work plays around with and confronts the age of information overload we are currently living within. A rather abstract and unique exhibition to visit during the month of August.  

Legends – Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim, Tendai Mupita // Kristin Hjellegjerde (Wandsworth)

For this exhibition, artists Edouard Baribeaud, Tae Kim and Tendai Mupita explore the transformative and elusive qualities of light in relation to identity and narrative as their artworks contemplate the powerful psychological and emotional impact of stories. Through a series of vibrant, abstract and unique works, the artists are able to mythologise a place, person or even memory by playing around with the perception of the world, history and different cultures.

By Any Means - Dala Nasser and Zadie Xa, alongside work by Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Sunil Gupta and Gray Wielebinski // V.O Curations

By Any Means is a group exhibition curated by former V.O artist in residence, Gray Wielebinski. The idea behind the exhibition is very short and sweet… revenge. The artists within the show explore the idea of revenge through various mediums such as installation, paintings, photography, sculpture, sounds and film.

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