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Mr. Penfold: Memory Bank

17.12.2015 to 20.01.2016

Mr. Penfold: Memory Bank


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Opening: Thu, Dec 17, 18:00
Location: Jan Arnold Gallery
Admission free

For his exhibition at Jan Arnold Gallery British street artist and muralist Mr. Penfold will show a series of paintings that are constructed with collections of images and symbols that he will absorb during his stay in Vienna. He takes a walk every morning and notes down certain things that catches his eye, it could be a pack of playing cards, it could be a lamp post...
Using this bank of images he produces a series of paintings inspired and fromed by these influences of Vienna.

The artist is also commissioned to contribute a piece for the #Streetartpassage in Viennese MuseumsQuartier during his month-long stay as an Artist-in-Residence of Q21 (MuseumsQuartier Vienna) as well as a screen print in cooperation with Perfekt Prints.

Curator: Sebastian Schager

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