Zachari Logan ‘WREATH’


“Who ever comes to shroud me, do not harm. Nor Question much. That subtle wreath of hair, which crowns my arm”-John Donne

An image of a wreath is a common symbol linking remembrance and human memory to the human body. It can symbolize desire, celebration, loss and the great and leveling truths that delineate the limitations of human endeavor. The circle in art draws a line between the interior and the external world and the wreath, an elaborated circle, is a symbol of the human need to visualize longevity and continuation.

The drawings in this exhibition are meditations on grief but also function to question grief itself. Here the wreath becomes a vessel for absence, a symbol of silence, an absence that is ever-present, yet not often discussed.

New Art Projects is the contemporary gallery of Fred Mann.Through his gallery he seeks to support the work of emerging and mid career artists internationally.

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