Tjalling is Innocent

21 August – 29 October 2012

An ambitious paste-up work by local artist Tjalling de Vries on CoCa's back wall (viewable from Worcester Boulevard), Tjalling is Innocent is an Outer Spaces project presented in association with CoCA.

The next instalment of Christchurch Art Gallery's Outer Spaces programme rolls out with Tjalling is Innocent, an ambitious paste-up project by local artist Tjalling de Vries on the back wall of the CoCA building. The 13 metre wide, 9 metre high work has been built up using layers of printed paper, which the artist has torn back into and painted over, creating a collage-like surface that recalls the peeling, weather-beaten images gradually revealing themselves on the walls and bollards of Christchurch's Red Zone. Viewable from Worcester Boulevard, Tjalling is Innocent is an Outer Spaces project presented in association with CoCA.

  • Exhibition number:
    910
  • Part of
    Outer Spaces