Through A Glass Darkly
An Exhibition of Paintings by Pippa Young
Arusha Gallery, 13a Dundas Street, Edinburgh
Running from October 13 – November 5
Private View October 12 from 6 – 8pm
This body of work is about representation, identity, and visual language.
Pippa Young: “I am interested in surface and illusion both in a psychological sense and in a painterly sense. To me, the act of painting is a microcosm of a wider experience.”
The phrase,’through a glass darkly’, is biblical, from Corinthians, and first appeared in the King James translation. Modern translations use the word ‘mirror’. In the original version the writer was probably referring to a piece of highly polished bronze which provided a reflective surface.
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