The present exhibition features recent works of British artist Peter Towse and Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso, who met twelve years ago in Dharamsala (India) and formed a remarkable working friendship. As said by Peter Towse, the joint exhibition represents 'the fusion of Eastern and Western thought and culture which enriches the intellect and the senses. It is also a celebration of twelve years of friendship between two artists from opposite ends of the world, and a recognition of the importance of that meeting in Dharamsala all that time ago.' The catalogue includes artist biographies and article by Peter Towse.

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Mystery, Mantra & Magic - Florian DE PASS
Encounters in Inter-Cultural Space(s): Gonkar Gyatso and Peter Towse - Clare HARRIS
Oh! What a beautiful day: Peter Towse and Gonkar Gyatso's shared visions
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Oh! What a beautiful day: Peter Towse and Gonkar Gyatso's shared visions

AAA’s newly renovated library and The Collective School exhibition are open by appointment only starting Monday, 3 October. Register here to arrange a visit.