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Nimit Malavia’s ‘Finding Together Again’

Canadian born artist Nimit Malavia recently sent us over a series of process shots in anticipation of his newest exhibition, ‘Finding Together Again’ at SF’s Spoke Art Gallery opening tomorrow evening, April 5th. The works explore “the relationships essential to our growth and discovery,” as evidenced through the focus on coupling in the works, whether as romantic relationships or interactions with majestic animals. View more exclusive process photos and preview images after the jump, here on Hi-Fructose.

Canadian born artist Nimit Malavia recently sent us over a series of process shots in anticipation of his newest exhibition, ‘Finding Together Again’ at SF’s Spoke Art Gallery opening tomorrow evening, April 5th. The works explore “the relationships essential to our growth and discovery,” as evidenced through the focus on coupling in the works, whether as romantic relationships or interactions with majestic animals. View more exclusive process photos and preview images below, here on Hi-Fructose.

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