Siân Bowen and Nova Zembla // Trinity Contemporary Art / Suspending the Ephemeral

I am very proud to have spent a great month working at Trinity Contemporary Art some years ago, at their exquisite inaugural exhibition of contemporary British drawings. The gallery has gone from strength to stronger in recent years, representing some of the UK’s finest draughtsmen. One of these is Siân Bowen, whose show is on at the Bruton St gallery for another week. It is a must see collection of work inspired by the island of Nova Zembla in the Arctic, and the moving story of those who passed through there. Expect fragile beauty and fleeting aetherial aesthetic. The show runs until the 1st of March.

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