Review of .M Contemporary at Sydney Contemporary

“Opening its doors just this year, .M Contemporary is exhibiting as part of the Project Contemporary section of the fair, devoted to galleries less than three years. A collection of artist Lyndi Sales’ work is the focal point of .M Contemporary’s display. 159/296 is a large, beautiful installation representing the lives lost in the tragic Helderberg plane crash of 1987; Lyndi’s father died on the flight. Thought to be caused by the South African regime in power at the time, the lives lost were mainly South African and Taiwanese nationals. Lyndi Sales is based in Cape Town, South Africa.” Read the full article here

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Review of .M Contemporary at Sydney Contemporary

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