IN MEMORY Of Pomegranates, a new exhibition which explores issues of identity, human nature, and belonging, is currently on show at the 126 gallery on Queen Street.
The exhibition features paintings, drawings, photographs, and installations by Parminderjit Singh Bhangoo who describes himself as “an Indian artist born in Africa and matured in Europe and England.”
“As a person I am seen as, and I view myself as, an outsider. Having spent my life in communities where due to upbringing, culture, or appearance I differ and am easily identified as not belonging,” he says.
“In my work I attempt to understand my own nature, emotions, and drives; using these to create a connection with the viewer at a deeper subconscious level.”
In Memory of Pomegranates runs until Saturday March 3. See www.126.ie