13 Pearson St, London E2 8JD, United Kingdom
1 March - 4 March
During the weeks of her retrospective and residency at Hundred Years Gallery, Ana has been developing a new series of paintings based on the work of Arthur Rimbaud in which the artist enters into a conversation with the poet and others influenced by him. The paintings, on fruit boxes and paper, reveal the artist’s parallel dialogue with authors she identifies with, bringing out her personal reflections on outsider’s matters.
Rimbaud: ‘Once, if I remember well, my life was a feast where all hearts opened and all wines flowed. One evening I seated Beauty on my knees. And I found her bitter. And I cursed her’.
Pallares: ‘I don’t know the taste of Beauty as beautiful things have been escaping from me all my life’.
On the 1st of March Ana will be in the gallery offering this body of work to her followers in a donation scheme, and those on display from her restrospective under a 20% discount. This is a unique opportunity to see and aquire these works at a very low price.
13 Pearson Street, E2 8JD
Opening with presentation by the artist
The gallery is a 2 minute walk from Hoxton overground station. Alternatively Haggerston station is a 10 minute walk, and Shoreditch High Street station is a 15 minute walk, from the gallery.
Buses: The 149, 67, 243 stop close by on Kingsland Road.
Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice tfl.gov.uk.