Special Display | Gallery 4
2 October - 10 November 2019
Achille Perilli (b.1927) first rose to prominence as a member of Rome's Forma 1 group, which was active from 1947 to 1951. Its artists were the first in post-war Italy to take an interest in abstraction, opposing their work to the realist and symbolist art that they rejected as decadent. This small selection of paintings focuses on the artist's later works, dating from the 1960s to the 1980s, depicting angular and decentralized structures.
Achille Perilli: Irrational Geometries is on display from Wednesday 2 October until Sunday 10 November 2019.
20 November 2019Our new special display Lithography from Leningrad: Eric Estorick's Adventure in Soviet Art opens today! In 1961, Eric Estorick mounted a show titled Lithographs by 27 Soviet Artists. This new display presents the work of a number of artists included in this landmark exhibition.
19 November 2019Speculative Schematics: Drawing the 'maybe was' - 25 November, 18.30-20.30 Join artist Rachel McRae to imagine speculative alternatives to the missing parts of partially destroyed ancient artefacts and create multi-layered drawings on Mylar bit.ly/2OmNMRb