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Exhibition: "Standing Ovation" (till May 24)

Date:                     Friday, April 21, 2017
To:                        Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Time:                     11:00 AM
To:                        7:00 PM
Venue:                   Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City
Address:                 accross Children's Park, Accra Central
Organiser:              Gallery 1957
Contact number:     030 396 7575
Website:                 http://www.gallery1957.com/

Join us at Gallery 1957 at the Kempinski Accra for the opening reception of Gerald Chukwuma's first solo show in Ghana.

In a new series of work spanning paintings, sculptures and collage, Chukwuma explores migration as a constant process of transformation and reinvention. Considering the implications of globalisation on his local community, Chukwuma transforms everyday materials to render new stories of Nigeria’s socio-political landscape.

The artist draws on the movements of people through voluntary and forced migration as a vital stage in the progress of our collective humanity. This sense of optimism instils his work with playfully illustrative characters, drawn from a wide variety of visual forms present in Nigeria’s deep cultural history.

The exhibition runs until 24 May 2017 at the above times.

Gallery 1957 is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 7pm during exhibitions.
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