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20.04.2010

 

Lingering Whispers shows art and fashion to take us on a journey to more glamorous times - private view on 6 May in London

The Golden Age of the 1930s demonstrated how self-expression can flourish at times of crises.

So, now that the credit crunch is on everyone’s lips and minds, art could perhaps once more succeed in providing us with some much-needed inspiration. The ‘Lingering Whispers’ exhibition certainly provides it with a platform for doing so.

40 international artists and their exhibits search for alternative ways of expressing themselves in times of hardship.

Poets, performers, designers, photographers, all of them are united in their fantasises, illusions, dreams, desires and unspoken vanities.

„Lingering Whispers is about experiencing, not inert viewing. Art as a stage rather than four blank gallery walls. A glamorous, exquisite alternative to darkness and gloom”, says curator Predrag Pajdic.

Joachim BALDAUF c/o SHOTVIEW’s ‘The Dream of Life’ is on display alongside works by Mauro Santucci and Carolyn Cdowan, amongst others.


Lingering Whispers

Crypt, St Pancras Church
Euston Road
London

Private view 6 May, 18:00 - 21:00
Exhibition 6 May – 6 June

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