7 Feb-3 March 2007. Recent work by local artist Jordan Tryon explores the question of atonement in contemporary South Africa. Drawing on rites of atonement as set out in the Old Testament, the artist focuses on the outward or public display of private sentiment in the process of reconciliation. A recent graduate in fine arts from Rhodes university in Grahamstown, South Africa, Tryon has been among the finalists in two of the country
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"Atonement" in South Africa.
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