Street artist My Dog Sighs unveils ‘Quiet Little Voices’ exhibition

Quiet Little Voices is a new solo exhibition by renowned Portsmouth-based street and urban artist My Dog Sighs, taking place at gallery space Play Dead in Highland Road, Southsea.

My Dog will be exploring the darker side of his oft-melancholic work, given that Play Dead faces a graveyard, and that the preview night falls on Friday 13th November.

The exhibition will be the first UK solo show from My Dog in over two years.

He uses found and repurposed materials to explore and occasionally twist his familiar themes of love, loss, and melancholy, occasionally adding a gentle dash of macabre.

The exhibition will feature original works, and will co-incide with a limited-edition print run and the launch of a new T-Shirt line.

Follow the hashtag #quietlittlevoices to see teasers of the forthcoming exhibition.

The preview evening on Friday 13th November runs from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.

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