Places of Mourning in the Western World: a project by landscape and history artist Phil Whiting. The exhibition will run from 13th January until 9th February 2024.

This artist’s work is informed by issues around conflict, memory and human rights. In April 1995 at the height of the Bosnian War, Whiting embarked on this artistic project in order to make sense of why genocide was happening again in the heart of Europe and to speak out to as large an audience as possible through painting.

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