The White Series and new work
Patriothall Gallery 2, Edinburgh
Linda Kosciewicz is known for her artwork about the human condition, female identity, and emotions in relation to the human body. This exhibition presents her White Series which explores the cultural and symbolic aspects of the colour white – sexuality, innocence, life, death, purity and transience alongside exciting, evocative and beautiful new work.
She continues to explore the theme of female identity in her new work and also the human condition and freedom. Her images are a complex bringing together of her ideas and images. They are part performance and part constructed worlds with influences ranging from sculpture, visual art, the built and natural environments, literature – Shakespeare, Alastair Gray, etc to the cinema through films such as Bladerunner and Mulholland Drive.
Linda has exhibited throughout the UK, France, Poland and Malaysia and was a finalist in an international Photography Open Salon based at the Galerie Huit, Arles, France and in 2012 she won the the Pauline Fay Lazarus prize in for work based on the human body.
Exhibition opening – Friday 6 April 2018, 6-8.30pm, then during April, Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Artist talks – Sunday 15 April 2018 3-4pm, ‘Reflections on The White Series and new work’ & Sunday 22 April 2018 3-4pm, ‘Practice and process – The White Series and new work
Details online – www.lindakosciewicz.com