LondonIn Real Life
After months of only following the artworld through our screens, many of us now miss the experience of seeing art in person. This Summer The Mayor Gallery celebrates that irreplaceable feeling and satisfaction of being in direct contact with art, objects solely created to be understood in real life.
Silkscreen on board
80 x 80 cm 31 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches
Signed, titled, dated and stamped with artist’s inventory number on the reverse
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An exhibition of 34 artworks, painted, sculpted, assembled by international artists renowned for their optical, kinetic and textural research through colour, light, movement and use of exceptional material, this exhibition offers unique works, from the 1950s onward.
Our selection focuses on the experimental Post-War, from Arte Programmata (Anceschi, Apollonio, Biasi, Boriani, de Vecchi, Demarco, Landi, Massironi, Varisco), Structuralism & Concrete (Cairoli, Hill, Staudt), Nul, Zero, GRAV (Dadamaino, Peeters, Schoonhoven, Le Parc, Morellet, Von Graevenitz) 1960s and 70s Op art (Cruz-Diez, Stanczak, Tomasello), through Matter Art and Conceptual (Cornell, Ferrari, Formentelli, Serra, Wagemaker, Zangs) all point out more than ever the relevance of art that needs to be encountered rather than seen in passive, an interactive art co-existing with its environment.
Courtesy of The Mayor Gallery, London