Past show

INAUGURATION

Guido Argentini, David Begbie, David Drebin, Tim Flach, Kim Joon, Marc Lagrange, JeeYoung Lee, Adam Magyar, Zhu Ming, Markus Schaller, Manit Sriwanichpoom, Olivier Valsecchi, Nick Veasey, Dean West, Stephan Zirwes

September 27th, 2013 — November 1st, 2013
Opiom Gallery

About the exhibition


For its very first event, OPIOM Gallery is proud to introduce, from September 27th to October 21st,  all of the artists represented in one important exhibition.


The exhibit will highlight the works of thirteen contemporary photographers including Italian Guido Argentini and his silver nudes ; Canadian David Drebin and his glamourous heroines ; the tattooed bodies of Kim Joon which investigate collective consciousness ; Marc Lagrange and his volutptuous celebrations of feminine beauty ; Young Korean artist JeeYoung Lee and the poetic illustrations of her imagination ; Adam Magyar and his urban depictions of man ; Chinese performer Zhu Ming whose photos highlight the ephemeral character of man in the world ; Thai activist Manit Sriwanichpoom and his Pink Man ; French winner of the Hasselblad Master 2012 Olivier Valsecchi ; 2011 Lucie Award winner Dean West, who is also listed as 100 emerging artists by Saatchi&Saatchi ; X-Ray artist Nick Veasey ; Stephan Zirwes who offers us an otherwise unseen aerial perspective on the world we live in as well as the dramatic animals of Tim Flach. The creations of sculptors David Begbie, whose steelmesh figures have been exhibited on four continents, and Markus Schaller, internationally renowned for his elongated figure.



The exhibit also includes works by London-based artist Mauro Perucchetti, whose pigmented-resin sculptures have been exhibited internationally, from Paris to Dubai with unanimous recognition from his peers, David Begbie


 

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