Gallery unveils Norwegian-South Korean artist's exhibition

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Gallery unveils Norwegian-South Korean artist's exhibition

Following the success of his debut solo show, the south Korean born Norwegian oil painter Henrik Uldalen has returned to the capital - to give Londoners a first chance to see the follow up to that exhibition.

His new show explores themes of history and collective memory - what we perceive to be true, verses the reality of what happened.

The artist, who has a huge online following, has taken us through his new works. 

Henrik Uldalen's new works are on show at the JD Malat gallery in Mayfair until the 11th of January. 

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