Exhibition on Tribal Culture in West Papua and Melanesia

October 30, 2014

A&P galleryFollowing a highly successful show “Angel and the Princess” this summer, artist Pamela Gerrie has collaborated with West Papuan leader and politician Benny Wenda to produce a new exhibition entitled ‘Endangered’,  focussing on tribal culture within West Papua and Melanesia. Through the exhibition Pamela sets stories from West Papua and the Island of New Hanover against the harsh reality of the Indonesian regime.

The show will form part of ‘Edge of Ordinary II’, the second cooperative exhibition of ten international artists, and will take place at Espacio Gallery in Bethnal Green, London. Philosopher Derek Matravers will also visit the gallery to facilitate a public discussion, with the artists, on ‘Edge of Ordinary II’ on 12th November.

Event details

Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, London (2 mins from Brick Lane) .
6th November 6-10 pm private view
6th – 18th November 1-7 pm daily
12th November 6-8pm Public Discussion with Derek Matravers and the artists.