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  • 2 May - 30 June 2024

Galyna (Gala) Moskvitina -  the exhibition 'Advent Of Light' of the latest paintings by the artist.

Galyna Moskvitina has a glittering career as a graphic artist, painter and illustrator. Born in Kiev, her illustration works have appeared in nearly 70 books published in the former Soviet Union, including classics, fiction and children’s literature. Her public work reached a high point with solo exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad in 1991.

Galyna decided suddenly after 1991 to redirect her life towards an intense reflection on her own spirituality, and she withdrew from the art scene and her homeland. She spent the next fifteen years on a series of personal meditative pilgrimages in the monasteries of China and the ashrams of India, discovering ancient knowledge and experimenting with different practices that could lead to spiritual perfection.

At the same time, she continues to develop her artistic practice as a way of communicating to the wider world about the inner truths she has discovered.

 

  • 2 July - 31 August 2024

ASHKAL - the exhibition 'The Mighty Bull: A Celebration of Strength and Power' of the latest paintings by the artist.

Ashkal, originally Naveed Akhtar, is a world within himself. He is a painter, an expert art–restorer, re-producer of the western Old Masters paintings, fine art photographer, filmmaker, and Founder President of The Visual and Performing Arts Forum International UK.

Ashkal began his art education as a shagird of Iqbal Mehdi. From 1988 till 1994 he worked consistently in the Ustaad's studio perfecting a representational style of work in the gruelling medium of pen and ink. The next six years were spent in America where he learnt the painstaking art of restoration when he participated in some assignments with friends working for noted auction houses.

By the time he returned to Pakistan in 2000, his style of work had grown far beyond the pen and ink medium. Influenced by the intricacies of restorative work, he began to specialize in miniatures of Oriental scene paintings of old masters. Experiments in modern abstract calligraphy continued alongside.

 

  • 2 September - 31 October 2024
 
  • 2 November - 31 December 2024
 

History of Exhibitions: 2002200320042005200620072009201020112012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024...

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