‘Environmental Utopia’ on Artpaper Issue 25

This could be found on Artpaper Issue 25, online & in print

Christine X Art Gallery is proud to announce an engaging series of exhibitions in the first quarter of 2024, all centered around the compelling theme of environmental utopia. The diverse lineup explores topics ranging from wildlife photography to the societal impact of unchecked development and the exploration of idealized spaces.

Commencing on February 8th, the gallery will host award-winning wildlife photographer Johan Siggesson’s exhibition, ‘Africa- Land of Icons’ ; This visually captivating and educational experience, running until February 29th, aims to inspire a profound appreciation for the beauty and significance of African wildlife.

Following in March, from the 7th to the 28th, the exhibition ‘I Can’t Breathe’ by painter Svetislav Martinovic will engage viewers on a visceral level. Through symbolic alphanumeric imagery, Martinovic prompts reflection and dialogue on the societal and environmental consequences of unbridled development and overbuilding.

Continuing the series, visual artist Lina Maria Rincon, born in Colombia and currently residing in London, will showcase her latest collection, ‘Reflections’; From April 4th to April 25th, Rincon’ s paintings, inspired by vibrant South American summers, imaginatively explore warm and idealized spaces, reflecting her quest for belonging after two decades in Europe.

All exhibitions are open to the public from Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 1 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm, at Christine X Art Gallery located at Tigne Street c/w Hughes Hallet Street in Sliema, Malta. For additional information about these exhibitions, please visit www.christinexart.com. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience thought-provoking art that delves into the complexities of our relationship with the environment and society.

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