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  • Art. Exhibition. Connections to the Mind. London

    13 - 29 Apr

    Connections to the Mind

    The Library at Willesden Green


    95 High Road
    Willesden
    NW10 2SF

    London

    England


    9am-8pm Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday
    Free

    Opening: 19 Apr 2017

    For those who appreciate art, or even for those who don’t go to galleries too often, the Brazilian artist Alexandre Gondim's exhibition is unmissable! The exhibition displays 20 works of abstract art, whose purpose is to touch the audience and foster many sensations through the use of colours and shapes.

    Alexandre's work has a well-defined identity and can hardly go unnoticed. His paintings are, in general, vibrant and full of energy. His tropical roots can contrast with the grey shades of London, yet, his artwork shares a universal language.

    Each exhibited painting brings a story, an emotion; they are portraits of the unconscious of the artist in the moment of their production. The diversity of his work is intentional so as not to become repetitive. The exhibition, therefore, is a true banquet to avid eyes and minds.

    Alexandre was born in Salvador, to the northeast of Brazil, and has lived in London for almost 4 years. He has a degree in advertising, yet art is his passion. His influences include Kandinsky, Pollock, Miró, Picasso and Romero Britto

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