Diego Ferrari's exhibition Day For Night: Landscapes of philosopher Walter Benjamin is currently showing
Day for Night is inspired by the landscapes inhabited in the life and thought of philosopher Walter Benjamin. The exhibition touches on the tensions of immigration in Europe whilst taking the viewer on a journey from the place of Benjamin’s birth in Berlin to Capri and Naples, where Benjamin spent formative episodes of his life and finally to Cataluñya, Spain, where Benjamin died while fleeing the Nazis in 1940 as an immigrant - having been stripped of his German citizenship. Day for Night is a collaboration between KSA's Diego Ferrari and the writer Jean McNeil (University of East Anglia).
Showing until 27th October 2018 at Peltz Gallery, 42 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD.