Eat Me restaurant presents "Elegies For The Future", a painting exhibition by three artists who explore the contemporary resonances of images of cities and architecture.
Matterhorn Tokyo 1945 , a carbon drawing on paper by Chris Shaw-Hughes.
Chris Shaw-Hughes creates drawings based on photographs of places that have suffered traumatic events. Michael Lee's stark paintings of architectural plans are a ghostly meditation on the ideals of the built environment. And Ronnaphop Terchawong isolates details of the urban landscape on large canvases to alienating, but quietly poignant, effect.
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