Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery: Georg Óskar’s “Good Night Moon”

Art, Culture
Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

Are you ready to immerse yourself in a deeply personal artistic narrative? From the 1st of February until the 2nd of March 2024, JD Malat Gallery proudly presents Georg Óskar‘s latest exhibition, “Good Night Moon”. This captivating showcase unveils a poignant exploration of fatherhood, mental health, and the mundane aspects of everyday life, expressed through 12 evocative new works.

Exhibition on Fatherhood

Óskar’s “Good Night Moon” offers a compelling visual dialogue on the multifaceted experience of fatherhood. Futhermore, he delves into the highs and lows, the joyous moments and sleepless nights. Therefore, he  invites viewers to contemplate the complexities of parenthood.

Raw Themes and Intense Energies

Each painting in the exhibition serves as a window into Óskar’s world, portraying subjects infused with emotional intensity.  As a matter of fact,  he draws inspiration from neo-expressionist icons like Basquiat and de Kooning. Equally important, his work exudes a raw and authentic energy, capturing the essence of the human experience.

Explore Óskar’s Artistic Journey

Located on the first floor of JD Malat Gallery, this exhibition invites visitors to embark on a personal artistic journey with Georg Óskar. With a muted colour palette and textured surfaces created using cold wax, each composition tells its own unique narrative, waiting to be discovered by discerning art enthusiasts.

Art at JD Malat Gallery

Up to the present time, JD Malat Gallery dedicates its work to supporting both established and emerging artists. With a diverse range of media represented, including sculpture, painting, video, and photography. Additionally, the gallery offers a platform for artists to showcase their work to a global audience.

As can be seen, at  JD Malat Gallery you can experience the captivating world of Georg Óskar’s “Good Night Moon.”  To emphasize,  opening hours are Monday to Friday, 10am – 6pm, and Saturdays, 12pm – 6pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with contemporary art at its finest.

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