14/07/2022 - 13/08/2022

New Work - Painting

Aigana Gali - Tengri

Tue-Sat: 11-6pm

Aigana Gali is a Kazakh multidisciplinary artist who works primarily on canvas and textiles. Born in Almaty, to a Georgian mother and Kazakhstani father, Gali spent her formative years in the wild, open cradle of the Eurasian Steppe; its expansive geography and nomadic culture remain a constant source to her work. Gali came to prominence with her solo exhibition Steppe at the Georgian National Museum, Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts.

Described as 'one of the brightest young talents of Kazakh modern art”, Gali moved to London in 2011. Over the past decade she has developed an important body of work, delineated by series - Creation Myth, Steppe and Tengri - each representing a metaphorical chapter in her evolution as an artist and thinker, and an attempt to translate her cultural milieu. Expansive and beguiling, her works explore the mysterious forces - ancient wisdom, nature’s cycles and cosmic order - that shape our lives.


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