Solomon Fine Art hosts work by artist Cléa van der Grijn entitled Reconstructing memory’, an exploration of the differences in approaches to death, in Mexican and Irish culture. Painting, sculpture and large-format photography form the basis of the exhibition in which the artist considers death traditions in both cultures, ideas of mourning, burial and commemoration and the rituals associated with each. A new publication also called Reconstructing Memory, which features essays by Michael Birchall, Megan Johnston and Catherine Marshall will accompany the show.

Van der Grijn: 23 June -15 July