Exhibition: Julian Opie

This exhibition runs from Sun, 2nd May 2021 to Sun, 1st Aug 2021. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Sun,
2nd May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)  <– Today
Thu,
6th May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)
Fri,
7th May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)
Sat,
8th May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)
Sun,
9th May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)
Thu,
13th May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)
Fri,
14th May 2021  
(11am - 7pm)

This exhibition has not opened yet. Will open on Sun, 2nd May 2021

Coronavirus: Events may be cancelled and venues closed at short notice, you are advised to check on their websites before making a trip.

Cost: £7.70


Pitzhanger presents a new body of work by renowned British artist Julian Opie, including site specific pieces, focusing on architecture, people and nature.

Opie is recognisable for his distinctive and refined graphic style, distilling the visual information of everyday life and reality to a universal language of symbols and signs. Like Sir John Soane, Opie reflects a wide range of diverse influences and art historical references within his work.

The centrepiece of the show will be the representation of a French village landscape in variety of media, inviting the visitor to circulate through imaginary spaces from multiple viewpoints.

The exhibition will be complemented by artworks in the public grounds outside the front of the Manor and facing Walpole Park at the rear – the first exhibition programmed both in the gallery and outdoors.


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

Reserve tickets at this website


Location

Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery,

Mattock Lane, London,
W5 5EQ

Map of Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery

 

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£7.70  
Pitzhanger presents a new body of work by renowned British artist Julian Opie, including site specific pieces, focusing on architecture, people and nature.
Open from Sun 2nd May to Sun 1st August
Julian Opie
2021-04-14
2021-04-14