Few words on the recent exhibition "Tangible Abstraction"
Posted on 22 March 2017
This year's first exhibition at KRYON by Melissa Arras, representing the action of “Roof For Humanity” project at the Venice Architecture Biennale, left a trace in our hearts.
It was one more act of compassion on behalf of the upcoming young photographer in the middle of the political and social turmoil, which we are all being part of these days. After her pictures taken in "The Jungle" near Calais - the piece of land that meanwhile turned symbolic for a lot of refugees from all over the world, trying to make the jump from Europe over to The United Kingdom - she received the attention of VICE magazine and other popular art information channels.
The photo reportage she made for “Roof for Humanity” action at The Venice Architecture Biennale recently and presented at the gallery, was yet another step on behalf of KRYON to define itself as a socially aware and avant-garde contemporary art space.