Let's Talk About Text: He An, Babi Badalov, Derek Boshier, Jane McAdam Freud, Ray Johnson, Kalliopi Lemos, Markus Martinovich, Alexander Reben & Bob and Roberta Smith
Gazelli Art House presents Let’s Talk About Text, a group exhibition of artists united by their use of text.
Spanning decades and regions, seemingly disparate artists who use text humorously, in protest, as a vehicle for self-exploration or as code, the exhibition pulls together a variety of ways of looking at text as art.
Let’s Talk About Text includes the artworks of: He An, Babi Badalov, Derek Boshier, Jane McAdam Freud, Ray Johnson, Kalliopi Lemos, Markus Martinovich, Alexander Reben and Bob and Roberta Smith.
Mila Askarova, founder and CEO of Gazelli Art House, says, “The exhibition highlights the importance of text as a communication vehicle to artistic expression, the artists displayed in Let’s Talk About Text utilise letters, numbers, and words as a key means to support their message.”
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