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A ground -breaking group show from a variety of international artists spanning across the decades including; Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon, David Mach, Yayoi Kasuma, Joe Black and Fernando Botero. The remarkable show provides a carefully selected display of intriguing and powerful artwork from artists that have engaged our society, politics and culture within their work; and evoked intense emotion in all of those who view their masterpieces.
For a limited time Opera Gallery London is offering an exclusive peek at some of the extraordinary work by some of the finest contemporary artists in the market. With highlights including London’s own Anish Kapoor; an artist having created landmarks all over the world and most recently The Orbit Tower to iconic Mel Ramos who was one of the pioneers of the Pop-Art movement.
From works by the innovative Pierre Soulages, ‘the painter of black’ who’s pieces are truly unique as he brings out a luminous quality in black paint on his canvases, to Neo-Pop and Graffiti artist Keith Haring who’s artwork initially adorned subway billboards in New York before he was approached by galleries; Contemporary Emotions will showcase an incredible array of work from across the genres.
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Venue: Opera Gallery
134. New Bond Street
W1S 2TF 51.511971, -0.144456
→ Oxford Circus 5 min walk