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The Self in Time

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Time Unwrapped will be reflected in two major exhibitions at the Piano Nobile Gallery, Kings Place.

On the tenth anniversary of Kings Place, and to celebrate the collaboration between Kings Place, Piano Nobile Gallery and the Ruth Borchard Collection, Piano Nobile presents two exhibitions showcasing the richness of the Ruth Borchard Collection and British self-portraiture in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Self-portraits are at once the most human, revealing, and naked of art forms, yet also the most existential in directing attention to change, experience and life’s duration. These two exhibitions reflect on the genre of self-portraiture specifically in relation to Kings Place Music Foundation’s new programme, Time Unwrapped. Our curators considers the concept of time from its most experiential to its most intangible manifestations.

 

Time Unwrapped at Piano Nobile

Spring Exhibition: Jan – Jun 2018

Autumn Exhibition: Sep– Dec 2018

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