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Feature works from the exhibition: Dennis Nona: Between Sky, Land and Sea
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Dennis Nona: Between Sky, Land and Sea

Recent works: Prints and Sculptures

The exhibition presents a series of new works by Dennis Nona that majestically combine engraving and sculpture: 33 etchings; 6 linocuts; 11 sculptures and a remarkable sand installation. The exhibition features monumental works of exceptional technical calibre including a spectacular four-metre bronze sculpture involving a crocodile and a human figure, a six-metre linocut and an etching of 5 by 2 metres.

The art of Dennis Nona transports the viewer to a captivating dream world through the imaginative combination of sea creatures (turtles, dugongs, sharks and crocodiles), with totemic representations of the stars, or by setting highly inventive forms and Jérôme Bosch-like characters, against subtle background narratives.)

The art of Dennis Nona transports the viewer to a captivating world through the imaginative combination of totemic sea creatures (turtles, dugongs, sharks, crocodiles and sting rays), the constellations, mythical Jérôme Bosch-like figures within complex background narratives.

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