Orson Welles was a wise old owl: ‘We’re born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we’re not alone,’ he famously said.
It’s his idea of ‘aloneness’ that forms the idea of the new multi-artist exhibition, titled In The End We Are All Alone, which is taking place from 17 March to 22 April at Notting Hill’s Griffin Gallery. The gallery showcases the very best of national and international talent in contemporary art, both emerging and established.
The collective of six artists – Bartholomew Beal, Paul Benney, Jimin Chae, Guy Haddon-Grant, Guillemette Monchyn and Dorte Skrumsager-Kloppenborg, represented by phoenixarts – will come together for a show that explores the nature of humanity and the eternal search for meaning in our daily lives.
From paintings to sculpture and more, this is a chance to discover and buy the work of some great new artists.
The Studio Building, 21 Evesham Street, Notting Hill W11 4AJ; griffingallery.co.uk