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“The Great White Way Goes Black” at Vilma Gold, London

Vilma Gold presents an exhibition of work of seven artists: Trisha Baga, Ann Craven, Michaela Eichwald, Helena Huneke, Hannah Sawtell, Katharina Sieverding and Julia Wachtel. The artists can loosely be linked by an awareness of their subjectivity; rather than work back from an existing or even vetted larger order, they look to themselves, their own system of being, as an individual in society, to build outwards in multiple directions and speak as they go.

Julia Wachtel, procession, 1989

Katharina Sieverding, The Great White Way Goes Black IX/77, 1977

Katharina Sieverding, Die Sonne um Mitternacht schauen III/196 11/A, 1973

Katharina Sieverding, Die Sonne um Mitternacht schauen III/196 11/B, 1973

Hannah Sawtell, swapmeet (al-bahr al-mayyit mix) optic, 2011

Trisha Baga, Madonna y El Niño, 2010

Courtesy: Vilma Gold, London

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