Night Café Gallery Frees the Self Through Art in First Exhibition, “FLUIDITY”
Featuring the works of five emerging London-based artists.
Seeking to revive Parisian café culture in contemporary London, the city’s new art gallery, Night Café reveals its first exhibition entitled “FLUIDITY.” The showcase focuses on the way society perceives individuals as fixed entities and how this obsession with having a defined identity is challenged by the complex nature of human beings, who are subject to continuous transformation and redefinition.
“FLUIDITY” features the works of five emerging London-based artists, Hawazin Alotaibi, Johannes Bosisio, Marc-Aurèle Debut, Hettie Inniss and Theresa Weber. Through their paintings, sculptures and installations, viewers are exposed to the intricate, multifaceted nature of identity that defies easy categorization, challenging the foundations of contemporary capitalism, which are built on neo-liberal individualism.
Overall, the space explores how cultural and societal contexts shape our understanding of identity, with the artists aiming to bring to life new possibilities for a less restrictive and more fluid way of being. To help visitors delve deeper into the concept of fluidity and its relevance in our modern world, Lisa Modiano was commissioned to write an accompanying essay for the exhibition.
“FLUIDITY” is now on view at Night Café Gallery. For more information about the exhibition and read Modiano’s essay, visit this link.
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