Human Nature

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Abstract

The exhibition Human Nature will be group show of 8 artists, including Graham Chorlton; 4 based in France and 4 in the UK. The exhibition will take place in 2 venues in Bordeaux, France, between March and May 2019 (exact date to be finalised); these are the Botanical Gardens ( Jardins Botaniques) in Bordeaux and the Forum Des Arts Et De La Culture, Talence, Bordeaux. The former will show work for the full duration of time, the latter for 3 weeks in May. These are both high impact and highly visited venues so visitor numbers and general attention to the show should be high.
The work exhibited will revolve around the presence of gardens, planting and plant life within human habitation. Chorlton's contribution will continue his research themes around the possibilities of representational painting with particular focus on images of the urban world and the presence of time and experience within the painted image.
LanguageEnglish
StateIn preparation - 2019

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Chorlton, G. (Artist). (2019). Human Nature. Manuscript in preparation. Exhibition
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