Exhibition: Emily Allchurch: Visions of Architectural Fancy

This exhibition CLOSED on Sun, 26th Aug 2018

This exhibition has finished.

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Cost: Free of Charge

In 2018, the Foyle Space will play host to a striking presentation of three works by the internationally-renowned artist, Emily Allchurch.

Her practice involves the contemporary re-creation of historic artworks using a complex technique of digital collage of her own original photography. For this exhibition, Allchurch will exhibit works closely inspired by significant works in the Museum’s collections: Perspective of various design for Public and Private Buildings Executed for Sir John Soane (1818) and Architectural Visions of Early Fancy (1820), both by J.M. Gandy; and Piranesi’s Imaginary View of the Ancient Intersection of the Via Appia and Via Ardentina, Rome (1756).

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Sir John Soane's Museum,

13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London,

Map of Sir John Soane's Museum


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