Evolution of Consciousness
Solo Exhibition Opening - September 2014
Evolution of Consciousness - Agatha's second solo exhibition at The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Republic Street, Valletta was inaugurated by The Honorable Joseph Muscat - Prime Minister of Malta, on Wednesday 17th September 2014 at 7.30p.m.
"The whole of the paintings collection follows the trajectory of my artistic experience. I find myself getting lost in this fantastical world of ART. And with each work a new vision is born and a new area of consciousness is celebrated. My greatest pleasure and constant hope is to see others revel in all that my work may offer, the seeking of a new world, one's very own. There is no truth in reality, there is only experience.
Evolution of Consciousness is about that experience."
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life,
and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not,
when I came to die, discover that I had not lived
Henry David Thoreau
Agatha's solo exhibtion at the Chamber of Commerce
Article in IN-NAZZJON - 27th September 2014 - by Fr Norbert Ellul Vincenti
Extract from MEANDER. The Awakening.
Mariella Pisani Bencini meets Agatha Grima at the Malta Chamber of Commerce.
A four minute feature extracted from MEANDER about The Awakening, the first solo exhibition by Agatha Grima held at the Malta Chamber of Commerce in Valletta.
"I must say that the experience was a very positive one in every aspect. The building lends itself beautifully for such events. Being a few meters down from the Grandmaster’s Palace, it is not only central, but permits exposure of one’s works to numerous people from varied walks of life. These include tourists of many nationalities, as well as professionals, both local and foreign, on their day to day business at the Malta Chamber. The bright luminous red paintings of the Fire Series in the centre of the courtyard offered an exquisite spectacle situated, as they were, between the majestic columns. Many people were lured into the building which on one particular day was open for visitors up until nine o’clock in the evening. Furthermore, a number of distinguished guests visited the exhibition including, H.E. The President of Malta Dr. George Abela, H.E. The Ambassador Filipe de la Morena and Prof. Richard England. The Marquis de Piro opened the Exhibition."