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From a recent newsletter:
The current shows at The Power Plant (www.thepowerplant.org) are well worth a visit. All three involve artists that explore contemporary issues such as politics, race and the environment through an imaginative lens. Although completely distinct, each is visually lush and psychologically evocative. Omar Ba’s large portrait paintings of warlords use intense patterning and shifts in scale, as seen in the building details above, to give these individuals a powerful presence.
Alicia Henry’s sculptural textile works, seen above, create moving portraits of individuals as if one could disassemble them into pattern pieces and that those mobile fragments constitute identity. Shuvinai Ashoona’s work freely combines myth, culture and contemporary concerns about climate change into her coloured pencil drawings.