Group Exhibition Opening Event at Dorothy Circus Gallery | London
Join the latest DCG group exhibition featuring Clementine De Chabaneix, Silvia Idili, Tada Koiichiro & Luke Chueh artworks.
Dorothy Circus Gallery is proud to present a four artist exhibition, already home to DCG: Chinese-American painter Luke Chueh with his new body of work entitled Ciao, French sculptress Clementine De Chabaneix with her series entitled Memories of the Future, and double-solo show by the Italian painter Silvia Idili, and Japanese painter Tada Koiichiro.
They will present a brand new series in both venues, in Rome and London.
Join us for the opening event on the 24th of June, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at 35 Connaught Village in Mayfair, to enjoy a brand-new series which will be showcased in both venues of the Dorothy Circus Gallery, London and Rome.
The group show will be on display at DCG Rome and London until mid July.
Allow yourself to be awe-struck by Tada Koiichiro’s soft oil on canvas technique, whose delicate subject’s eyes, just like water reflections, open up a window into their inner worlds of secrets and fears.
You’ll be swept away by the candid ceramic sculptures by Clementine de Chabaneix, whose inspiring and subtle chromatic combinations touch the strings of the purest feelings in an animist tale, fuelling the viewer’s imagination and pushing it beyond the realm of what’s expected.
Embrace the confusion with the bizarre scenarios of Luke Chueh, which, in a contradictory balance of irony and desperation, trot across the thin line between comedy and tragedy.
This experience will be completed with Silvia Idili’s transcendent portraits, whose subjects’ faces speak of a quest for harmony of shapes and compositions, revealing a spiritual, emotional, and psychological tension.
The event is strictly RSVP and limited capacity, so reserve your ticket now.
Don’t miss this exciting event!
Opening Event RSVP only on the 24th of June 2022 5.30pm to 8.30pm.
The group show will be visitable from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.30 am to 6.30pm until mid July.
35 Connaught Street London W2 2AZ
Fri 24 Jun to Sat 16 July