AboutThis exhibition features work by international artists, including Spanish painter Royo, Italian sculptors Lorenzo Quinn and Mauro Perrucchetti, British artist David Wightman, and American artists Robert Heindel and photographer Eve Arnold.
Heindel's lyrical, semi-abstract paintings of dancers and Eve Arnold's captivating photographs of Marilyn Monroe relaxing on set of The Misfits in 1960, off-set the three dimensional works in this exhibition beautifully. Sculptural works featured here include a series of female Gravity sculptures by sculptor Lorenzo Quinn, which mark a new stage in the artist's creative development in marble and glass, and works by controversial contemporary artist Mauro Perrucchetti.
Contemporary artist David Wightman builds layers of precision-cut wallpaper and paint to create abstract and landscape works. Featured here is his new work âTerm'. Using his characteristic method of precision cut paper marquetry, this work perfectly embodies Wightman's artistic ambitions to âoccupy the space between abstraction and landscape, high art and low, the home and the gallery.'