BOLD AS LOVE: Celebrating HendrixThe show is comprised of rare photographs of Hendrix — some never seen before — taken by acclaimed photographers including Ed Caraeff, Baron Wolman, Gered Mankowitz, David Montgomery (UK debut of his works) and Ulvis Alberts. Also featuring sculptures by 14 - 30 Sep 2020 London An exhibition celebrating and commemorating the iconic figure Jimi Hendrix (1942 – 1970), whose untimely death fifty years ago rocked the world and robbed us of a musical genius.
18th September 2020 marks the exact 50 year anniversary of Hendrix's passing in Notting Hill, London, United Kingdom.
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WIGHT SPIRIT, 1968-70For the 50th Anniversary of the iconic Isle of Wight Festival, branded “The Last Great Event” and witnessed by an audience of over 600,000 people from 27-31 August, 1970, Masterpiece Art will present the exhibition Wight Spirit 1968-70. 27 Jul - 5 Sep 2020 London For the 50th Anniversary of the iconic Isle of Wight Festival, branded “The Last Great Event” and witnessed by an audience of over 600,000 people from 27-31 August, 1970, Masterpiece Art will present the exhibition Wight Spirit 1968-70. Centred upon the vision and work of British sculptor Guy Portelli, the...
PRIME CUTS Vol 1British artist Keith Haynes exhibits new and celebrated artworks as the London art market reopens and adapts in a new collaboration between Masterpiece Art and Gallery Different 15 Jun - 4 Jul 2020 London British artist Keith Haynes exhibits new and celebrated artworks as the London art market re-opens and adapts in a new collaboration between Masterpiece Art and Gallery Different.
DINA GOLDSTEIN | MODERN GIRLUK debut of Dina Goldstein's "Modern Girl" Series 23 Mar - 23 May 2020 London FROM THE GALLERY
Masterpiece Art are excited and delighted to be able to announce the solo exhibition and UK premier of Dina Goldstein | Modern Girl.
Debuted in Paris and originally created in 2016, Dina Goldstein’s fascinating series Modern Girl, rooted in socio-political theory, could hardly be any more relevant today in 2020.
With the major worldwide political upheavals of recent times and the ongoing righteous battle for equality played out very much in the public eye, Goldstein’s Modern Girl creates discourse on many prevalent societal issues.
Through a layered, intriguing and wholly original approach, Modern Girl tackles identity, equality, immigration, capitalism, as well as a perceived East-West cultural divide.
The finely nuanced series cleverly critiques both cultures, all from beneath a meticulously constructed aesthetically pleasing veil of satire, inspired by historical truths and real life - realised in the concise voice of the artist.
Like so often, beauty hides and obscures the truth, and these vibrant compositions draw the viewer into a journey of deeper discovery, thus correlating many of our lived experiences.
Despite the title, the series in fact transcends gender - forcing both men and women to question their own role within established ideals that surround us from day-to-day, a wider thematic explored in other series by Goldstein.
Highlights from the Masterpiece Art CollectionOld Master Painting to Modern and Contemporary Art 1 Oct - 1 Nov 2019 London Highlights from the Masterpiece Art Collection showcases Old Master Painting, British 19th century painting, Impressionism, rare works in silver by Pablo Picasso, early work by Andy Warhol and Tracey Emin, contemporary editions by Leonard Cohen and much more...