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A beautiful war

A dialogue through the works of two artists on view at Tonson Gallery

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‘Gentle War”, on display at 100 Tonson Gallery, is not only an appropriate name but also provokes the viewers’ interpretation. Curated by Brian Curtin, the exhibition puts two different artists together. While Belgian artist Peggy Wauters works with a variety of media centred on historical myths and carnival culture, Israeli artist Nir Segal focuses mainly on textiles and abstract ideas. 

Wauters’ ‘man and mushroom’ sculpture.

The combination could have been an odd mix, but with the headline of “Gentle War” in our minds, a dialogue is being built within the context of contemporary art.

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