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12 April 2024

Exhibition of works by artist Aprita Shah, opens today

This new exhibition at Duff House, is presented in partnership with Glasgow-based Street Level Photoworks.

Artist Arpita Shah is pictured at the installation of the exhibition at Duff House

‘Nalini’ explores the connected histories of Arpita Shah, her mother and her grandmother, spanning India, East Africa and the UK. The exhibition explores the artist’s past through her maternal lineage and how migration, distance and loss have shaped their lives, featuring discoveries of old forgotten family photographs, and shared and individual memories of objects, places, and family stories.

‘Nalini’ will be displayed at the Long Gallery at Duff House on selected dates from Friday 12 April to Sunday 14 July 2024.

Entry to the exhibition is included in admission to Duff House. Find out more and book tickets.

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