Tyra Tingleff is presenting solo exhibition Grinding your teeth to keep out the wind at London’s The Sunday Painter, opening April 15 and running to May 14.
There is little information on the theme of the exhibition itself but the Berlin-based Norwegian artist, often working with painting, has presented both solo and as a group at Birsfelden’s SALTS, as well as taking part in the Fulfillment Centre at The Sunday Painter in 2014.
Tingleff’s exhibitions and works pointing to their impressionistic, layered processes, are often presented with sentence fragments and contemplative statements such as 2016’s Leaping over a bush to surprise a Quail in Berlin, and the title of the work accompanying the Grinding your teeth… press release, ‘I like the sky because I don’t believe it’s infinite’.
Header image: Tyra Tingleff, ‘I like the sky because I don’t believe it’s infinite’ (2016). Detail. Courtesy The Sunday Painter, London.
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