6 metre high artwork unveiled in Kensington

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6 metre high artwork unveiled in Kensington

A 6 metre high artwork, that took 9 days to create has been officially unveiled at the Ismaili Centre in South Kensington.

Inspired by the old testament story of Babel - and the tower built to heaven - the Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad has explored his belief, that the story was the moment that mankind was divided on earth. 

That piece is available to see during opening hours at the Ismaili Centre until the 15th of August.

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