Who Knows Where The Time Goes – Khalif Tahir Thompson’s European Solo Debut at Zidoun-Bossuyt Luxembourg

Zidoun-Bossuyt Luxembourg is delighted to announce the much-anticipated European debut of Khalif Tahir Thompson’s solo exhibition, “Who Knows Where The Time Goes.” This extraordinary exhibition will open its doors on Saturday, September 30th, inviting art enthusiasts and connoisseurs to immerse themselves in Thompson’s captivating world of artistry. The grand unveiling will take place at 6 rue Saint-Ulric, Luxembourg, from 12 to 5 PM.

Khalif Tahir Thompson has garnered significant recognition in the art world for his compelling portraiture and figurative work. What sets Thompson apart is his multi-faceted approach to artistic expression, which seamlessly blends painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, and paper-making. This unique fusion serves as a canvas for his introspective exploration of self, touching upon the intricate intersections of race, sexuality, and spirituality.

Currently pursuing his MFA in Painting/Printmaking at Yale University School of Art, Khalif Tahir Thompson is a rising star in the contemporary art scene. His works are already celebrated additions to renowned collections, including The Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH); and the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo.

Thompson’s art has the power to captivate the viewer, inviting them to delve into the complex layers of identity and self-reflection. Through his mastery of diverse mediums, he crafts a visual narrative that resonates deeply with those who encounter his work.

As “Who Knows Where The Time Goes” opens its doors, Zidoun-Bossuyt Luxembourg welcomes you to experience the profound artistry of Khalif Tahir Thompson. This exhibition promises to be a transformative journey, where time and space intertwine, inviting us to explore the enigmatic landscapes of the self.

Join us on September 30th, as we embark on this artistic odyssey and celebrate the European premiere of an artist whose impact on the world of contemporary art is boundless.

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