You must login before you can post a comment.
Andrea Gomis | Becky Tucker | Benji Thomas | Billy Bagihole | Darcey Murphy | David Harrison | Henrietta MacPhee | Giles Walker | Harry Rudham | Hira Gedikoglu | Irena Posner | James Dearlove | James Mortimer | Jiwon Cha | Julia De Ruvo | Karina Eibatova | Layla Andrews | Marina Renee Cemmick | Niall Campbell Strachan | Rene Gonzalez | Salvatore Pione | Selby HI | Valerie Savchits
BWG Gallery presents Two by Two. An exhibition celebrating the wild and domesticated mysteries of the animal kingdom, and of mankind’s sometimes healthy, sometimes unhealthy, obsession with other species. From wild beasts to domestic pets, animals have traditionally sustained our nutritional, emotional, religious, artistic and scientific needs and desires. Our relationships with the animal aspect of Nature has allowed the human aspect of Nature to reach ambitious cultural heights throughout history, for better and worse. All the while animals have lived out their evolutionary journeys without any need for humanity.
This exhibition, presented throughout three spaces, is an installation that celebrates the reintroduction of the animal into our daily lives, by allowing the viewer to undergo a circular rite of passage from the domesticated culturality to the wild naturality of animals and back again.
A portion of the Artwork sales in Two by Two will be donated to domestic and wildlife animal welfare and conservation charities Celia Hammond Animal Trust and RSPB.
Curated by Jack Trodd
UCL Grand Challenges, Grand Impacts – Launch ReceptionUC...2.34 Miles Away
You are warmly invited to the MA23 Fashion Cultures and Histories Research Symposium and Celebration at London College of Fashion....2.79 Miles Away
Fintech Insider: Open Mic Night | London | 11:FS Pulse UX special!...0.27 Miles Away
Debut Solo Exhibition at The Book Club in London from artist ALANA MCDOWELL...
The Art of Existence - Art Exhibition in LondonA...
Join Stephen Turner for the launch of his book 'Everything from the Egg' Image: Nigel Rigden...