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ARTIST OF THE WEEK

Artists possess a gift of distorting reality, to bring forward their own viewpoint on a canvas. Few let brushstrokes paint out their emotions; giving spectators a chance to experience art in the artist’s time. Meet Mafalda Vasconcelos. The exploration of her identity and emotions inspires this expressionist artist to favour these themes in her work.

Artists possess a gift of distorting reality, to bring forward their own viewpoint on a canvas. Few let brushstrokes paint out their emotions; giving spectators a chance to experience art in the artist’s time. Meet Mafalda Vasconcelos. The exploration of her identity and emotions inspires this expressionist artist to favour these themes in her work.

WEARESOUL RATING 

Souls Grown Deep like the Rivers
Location: Royal Academy (17th March to 18th June 2023)

Price: £15 (£13 without donation)

Postcards From A Promised Land
Location: Gallery 1957 (until 28th December 2023)
Price: FREE

THE POINT 0
Location: Camden Art Centre (until 28th May 2023)
Price: FREE

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From portraiture painters to digital gallery owners, this Artist to Watch consists of incredible creatives we guarantee will inspire in 2023.

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Mugabe Ronald

"Afrodande"

Wallflower Mccoy

“Hold Her II”

Nate Austin

"Mortal Man"

Mugabe Ronald
"Afrodande"
Wallflower Mccoy
“Hold Her II”
Nate Austin
"Mortal Man"

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LULUMA WOLF

Luluma Wolf

South African based artist Luluma Wolf describes her art as being inspired by Mmakgabo artists, influenced by vernacular architecture, as well as exploring themes of space and spiritualityShe tends to use techniques traditionally used by women to decorate houses, these include rubbing, scraping and pigmentation techniques. 

 

Luluma’s work depicts ‘bodies in space - bending, contorting, carrying, standing and moving’. Her bodies are typically faceless and neutral in colour. This anonymity allows them to tell many stories at once, whether that be personal to the spectator or reflecting a wider political issue.


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ON OUR RADAR

A selection of exhibitions we think you should have on your radar. Updated every quarter.

Souls Grown Deep like the Rivers
Location: Royal Academy (17th March to 18th June 2023)

Price: £15 (£13 without donation)

THE POINT 0
Location: Camden Art Centre (until 28th May 2023)
Price: FREE

Postcards From A Promised Land
Location: Gallery 1957 (until 28th January 2023)
Price: FREE

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