Free Secrets & Lies Exhibition in Camden
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We’re very excited to let you know about this amazing new art exhibition featuring 10 artists including Ana Maria Pacheco and Paula Rego. This is the third, annual exhibition of art work in various media by British and overseas artists in a gallery built within a domestic setting of a Camden Town flat owned and curated by Natalia Zagorska-Thomas.
If you fancy a break from all the madness of Christmas shopping stop by to the lovely Natalia’s flat and she will welcome you with a smile and a glass of something festive to her grotto of incredible artworks. The exhibition runs until 30 December so do come along!
Main pic: © Natalia Zagorska-Thomas
Secrets & Lies | Until 30 December | Studio Ex Purgamento, 132D Camden Street, Camden | Free Entry
[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”68180″ border_color=”grey” img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”636×500″][vc_column_text]Clockwise from Left: 1. Faldetta © Monica Beisner 2. Narcosis © Natalia Zagorska-Thomas 3. On The Edge Of The Forest © Danuta Solowiej 4. Secrets And Stories © Paula Rego (Courtesy of Malborough Fine Art) 5. Untitled © Monica Lucia Madas[/vc_column_text][vc_button title=”See the full exhibition catalogue” target=”_self” color=”btn-danger” icon=”none” size=”btn-large” href=”https://todolist.london/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Secrets-and-Lies-catalogue.pdf”][vc_column_text]
‘Tate Modern is getting bigger. A corporate-style video on the ground floor informs me that the ‘Project’ will include ‘an urban plaza’ and ‘a fabulous restaurant’. The first thousand visitors will get an inflatable day-glo rabbit signed by Jeff Koons. I made that last bit up, or maybe I didn’t, but not the first. To which I can only respond: the intimacy and congeniality of Natalia’s studio, whose human scale (6 by 2.3 metres; the Tate’s turbine hall is 152 metres long and 35 high) encourages playfulness without any loss of discrimination, have never been more necessary or welcome’.
Charles Boyle (CBeditions)
‘Perhaps we are not just using art objects to tell our secrets, perhaps they are betraying us. Telling secrets we don’t mean to tell…I am thrilled to think that objects have a life of their own’.
Natalia Zagorska-Thomas (Ex Purgamento)[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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