The Dutch artist Nanon Morsink, who has been living in the mountains of Málaga (southern Spain) since 2017, is exhibiting for the first time at the gallery Isolina Arbulú. Nanon calls herself a multidisciplinary artist as she has always worked with different materials and techniques. However, her latest works have focused on the use of textiles. Using various salvaged materials, the artist constructs three-dimensional works linked to textile art.

The exhibition consists of more than 40 works, including an installation from 2014 together with sculptures and paintings from the last year. The exhibition begins in the first room with two figures, two children made of wool and plastic who interact with each other, from their protagonic position at the large entrance to the gallery, indifferent to the world that surrounds and observes them.

Nanon Morsink Exhibition