Camilla Grimaldi Gallery greets Martina Bacigalupo’s first exhibition in the United Kingdom: Gulu Real Art Studio. The show will present an edited selection of 6 x 4 inch prints that the artist found discarded at the Gulu Real Art Studio in the city of Gulu, northern Uganda. Bacigalupo’s collection represents a typological cross-section of Gulu’s society today⎯ nurses, soldiers, farmers, teachers, businessmen, nuns, students, mothers, and children- defined through poses, clothing, and objects.
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