Brun Fine Art is proud to present 'A Taste for Sculpture V', an exhibition of important sculptures dating from the 15th to the 20th century, presented on the occasion of the summer edition of London Art Week.
'A Taste for Sculpture V' features a fine selection of Carrara marbles, rare terracottas and bronzes, an outstanding Baroque wooden figure of Jupiter, an exceptional 19th-century Belgian ivory, and a monumental 20th-century Italian ceramic panel. The exhibition marks the fifth edition of the annual series 'A Taste for Sculpture', and the works are on view simultaneously at the gallery in 38 Old Bond Street and at Brun Fine Art’s stand A40 at Masterpiece London. As tradition, the exhibition is accompanied by a scholarly catalogue edited by Andrea Bacchi (University of Bologna) with entries by leading art historians, including Laura Cavazzini, Maichol Clemente, Roberto Cobianchi, Simone Guerriero and Michela Zurla. Officially presented at the opening event at the gallery on 28th June 2018, the catalogue will also be available to read online and download.