An in-depth exhibition of Maria Gvardeitseva opens in the center of London!
Political turbulence, and sometimes a literal danger to life, forces people to migrate and look for new places to live and create. Maria Gvardeitseva, the artist, shapes her auto-exile, painful separation from her Motherland in MIGRANT’S ALTAR. FAREWELL. This exhibition is a dramatic emotional immersion. The presented works of art are very powerful pieces dedicated to self-identification and intimate treasures traveling with Maria in her search for a Home.
Opening's visitors will have a unique opportunity to engage in interactive performance, which reflects on subjects of political persecution, and neglect of the formal state symbols.
We invite an international audience of art lovers to visit the exhibition and get to know its author and her creative journey.
20 - 31 January - exhibition “MIGRANT’S ALTAR. FAREWELL” by Maria Gvardeitseva
Opening 20 January 5-9 pm
12am - 8pm
Coningsby Gallery - 30 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RJ