Haffendi Anuar
Flat Lands

Emery Prize 2020

We are please to present a solo exhibition of work by by artist Haffendi Anuar  (b. 1985, Malaysia) at 4 Cromwell Place, London.

The exhibition will showcase new works by the artist. Join us for a special Artist and Curator tour on Saturday 6th November at 2pm.

This exhibition is collaboration with

A.I. Gallery. Find out more about their work with Haffendi Anuar here.

Find out more about the artwork which won Haffendi Anuar the Emery Prize 2020 here

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Exhibition opening times

4 Cromwell Place | 2 - 7 November

Tuesday 2nd November | Evening Viewing | 6 - 8pm 

Tuesday 2nd  - Friday 5th November | 10am - 6pm

Saturday 6th November | 10am - 6pm with a special Artist & Curator Tour at 2pm

Sunday 7th November | 10am - 4pm

The exhibition is free to attend.

Advance booking here: BOOK NOW

1a Tenter Ground, E1 7NH | 10 - 27 November

Viewings by appointment   info@a-i-gallery.com

Weds - Sat |  12-5pm 

Booking here: BOOK NOW

Emery Prize 2021 | Deshna Shah

The winner of the Emery Prize 2021 is Deshna Shah, a multi-media artist based in Manchester and London, whose work seeks to address her complex relationship to location, culture and belonging. Deshna uses her work to question the residual impacts of relocation, judgement and the unspoken especially within the South Asian diaspora. Living with dyslexia, she combines Hindi, Gujarati, and English within her artwork, sometimes transformed into her 'Twilight Language'. Her enigmatic alphabet is used to narrate personal and social stories. Her practice offers up a method of healing through participation and visual imagery. Her work fluidly meets at the crossroads of installation, dance, performance, filmmaking, new media, and critical theory. Deshna has recently completed a BFA at the Ruskin.

@deshnaart    |    www.thiseraart.com


Deshna will be exhibiting in Spring 2022, until then find out more about her work here


We will be reopening in November 2021


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