Atypical Gallery,
109-113 Royal Avenue,

Alma Haser – Pseudo

13th June 2019 to 19th July 2019

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will have to postpose the opening of the ‘Pseudo’ Exhibition by Alma Haser.

Pseudo is a series that plays on what’s real and what’s not. In a world where we are constantly told about Fake News, not to believe the first thing you read or are told. And where social media and the internet toy with our beliefs and acceptances. Alma explores the idea of the fake and the real and the in-between with everyday plants. Here she uses techniques of paper-layering, cutting and manipulation by hand to create multiple images that confuse the eye by contorting reality, similar to a Chinese whisper effect, or the more recent ‘Fake News’ phenomenon.

Born in 1989 into an artistic family in the Black Forest, Germany, Alma Haser is now based in London and on the southeast coast. She is known for her complex and meticulously constructed portraiture, which are influenced by her creativity and her background in fine art. Alma creates striking work that catches the eye and captivates the mind.

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