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Maria Kreyn Debuts in London at Secret Chapel Location

New York artist Maria Kreyn saw her U.K. debut this month with a show “staged at a secret location in the heart of Soho, London.” Organized by Heist Gallery, the chapel-set "Polyphony" assembles oil paintings and sound installations, composed by David Triana, for two of her paintings. The show runs through May 29 at the space. Kreyn was last mentioned on HiFructose.com here.

New York artist Maria Kreyn saw her U.K. debut this month with a show “staged at a secret location in the heart of Soho, London.” Organized by Heist Gallery, the chapel-set “Polyphony” assembles oil paintings and sound installations, composed by David Triana, for two of her paintings. The show runs through May 29 at the space. Kreyn was last mentioned on HiFructose.com here.

A statement explains the show’s title: “Polyphony is the interweaving flow of musical voices that are at times contradictory, yet always harmoniously resolved. In her new paintings, Maria Kreyn presents the pictorial thesis that the individual’s mind and desires are polyphonic in essence.”

See more works from the show below.

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