An exhibition of artwork by Kim Noble who has gained international acclaim for both the originality of her work and the remarkable story of her life. From the age of 14 Kim spent over 20 years in and out of hospital until she was diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder. DID posits the existence of many identities within one person as ‘alters’. 13 of Kim’s alters paint, each with their own distinctive style, colours and themes; ranging from layered abstracts to challenging figurative works.
Kim's autobiography All of Me has been published this month by Little Brown Book Group and is currently in the best sellers list, for more information click here
Opening 9th November 3-6 pm
Exhibition continues: 10th November – 2nd December
Wednesday – Friday 11am – 6pm
Museum & Gallery open Saturday 12th November 11am – 6pm
Kim will hold an artist’s Q&A at 2.30pm
Free Entry – All Welcome!
The Bethlem Gallery
Bethlem Royal Hospital | Monks | Orchard Road | Beckenham | Kent | BR3 3BX | 020 3228 4835 | firstname.lastname@example.org
To see Kim's work on the Outside In website follow this link