The nexus between the worlds of luxury and art is the notion of value.
While in the former it is two dimensional, in the latter it assumes a timeless scale, bringing the eternal human experience into the focus, making it relatable across generations and the dimensions of life material or metaphysical.
Gali’s lifelong mission has been the expression of the metaphysical worlds through the harmony of colour and light.
Her paintings explore how light interacts with the material world in an attempt to show essential truths, an introspective spirituality. They are a study of human existence across time, societies and places.
”I want it to be understood that this isn’t a personal project or study, but a mediation on the collective selfAigana Gali
“Nur” is part of the Tengri series chosen by Yinka Shonibare MBE, to participate in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition, 2021. Amongst several other paintings by Gali, it has been exclusively reserved for Vivid Events.