Nave

Nave – one person show at Dilston Grove
22nd November – December 18th 2005

Private View Sunday, 20th November

Open 22nd November - December 18th 2005

11.00am - 5.00pm (closed mondays)

Saturday 11.00am - 6.00pm

 

A one man show curated by Keiko Shibata in Dilston Grove

(a plain but atmospheric deconsecrated church on the southern edge of Southwalk Park, London, used by Cafe Gallery Projects for a number of important exhibitions)

The exhibition is a single installation including the old piece "Ocean" with a new companion piece "All the days" which is dedicated to the victims of the Tsunami and the New Orleans storm and floods.

The catalogue includes a major essay by the artist, "Reality and Depth".


"I left the gallery with a feeling of tranquility and serenity and took up residence on a park bench to savour the moment. I hadn't been so moved by an artwork since seeing Bermondsey artist Richard Wilson's 20:50 in the Saatchi Gallery."
Michael Holland, Southwark News