Photographic art specialists, Subject Matter Art, have teamed up with modern Scandinavian interiors design brand NORR11 to host a captivating exhibition of inspirational artistic photography. Hosted in NORR11’s unique London showroom, Subject Matter Art will present the works of eight outstanding international artists from 11 September until 21 October.
Specialists in limited edition, mounted, signed and numbered prints from established, award winning and up-and- coming photographers from around the world, Subject Matter Art passionately believe that the art buying experience should be joyous and easy, and most of all, not intimidating. So whether you are a first time buyer, curator or passionate collector, Subject Matter Art invite you to explore this inspiring collection of photography in a truly inimitable design space.
To begin their Subject Matter journey; designers, stylists and architects will be given a starter voucher worth £150.
Teaming exquisite contemporary furniture design with the stunning works of art, the exhibition promises to inspire those who visit. Reflecting the historic English allure whilst bringing the modern Scandinavian design to life, the beautifully set traditional townhouse showroom stretches over four floors, covering an impressive 250 sqm. With both Subject Matter’s artists and NORR11 drawing influence from around the world, the exhibition will allow spectators to embrace the aesthetically pleasing ambience and appreciate the perfect marriage between photographic art and contemporary design.
Artists’ work on display at the NORR11 Subject Matter Art exhibition will include: Michael Meyersfeld, Oliver Schawrzwald, Anca Cernoschi, Daniel Stanford, Cat Vinton, Jef Claes, Luca Di Filippo, Lyn + Tony and Viveca Koh.
Curating pieces from some of the world’s most talented photographic artists, Subject Matter Art aim to make the art buying process an enjoyable and exciting one. All pieces of art are delivered ready to hang in a beautiful frame and shipping is free worldwide. Customers are able to choose from three framing options, a white or black wooden frame or specially made Plexiglas and aluminium permallure.
To learn more about the exhibition: http://bit.ly/1O7Ugxo