Sunday 18 April 10:00 - 10:30

Chelsea Sorting Office
18 Chelsea Manor Street


Tanoa Sasraku: A Tower to Say Goodbye

Performing & Visual Arts

A Tower to Say Goodbye is a solo exhibition by Tanoa Sasraku.

Tanoa Sasraku’s appliquéd, newsprint flags are inspired by the visual and material structure of the Fante Asafo war flags of coastal Ghana, which the artist’s paternal ancestors fabricated in resistance to British colonial rule. Her own flags map personal stories of a life lived in modern Britain, as classroom materials are fused together to create cryptic, ceremonial objects.

General Release presents solo exhibitions by artists. Its current exhibitions take place in a Victorian former postal sorting office in Chelsea, London.

The exhibition is open daily between Sunday 18 April and Thursday 29 April from 10am to 6pm. Visitors are required to have a ticket to attend.

Access to the exhibition is at 18 Chelsea Manor Street, SW3 5UH. Please note that this is a different entrance from previous exhibitions.

A conversation with Tanoa Sasraku accompanies the exhibition and is available at the exhibition and on the General Release website.

Face coverings must be worn and social distancing maintained during your visit. Thanks for your understanding.

For enquiries: [email protected]

Poster design by Henry Mills.


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