THE LEONTIA GALLERY PRESENTS ‘LOVE TO DEATH’ New exhibition exploring the relationship between mortality and humanity’s strongest emotions through paintings, neon, drawing, sculptures and prints from the world’s most pioneering artists Renowned for its love of dark, exploratory and thought-provoking art, Leontia Gallery’s highly anticipated exhibition ‘Love to Death’ certainly lives up to the reputation. The multi- disciplinary collection will explore these subjects through paintings, neon, drawing, sculptures and prints by innovative and original talent from the UK and world wide. From the 6th to 29th May visitors to the Leontia Gallery (1 White Conduit Street, Angel, N1 9EL) will be able to see ground-breaking works from world famous artists, including the critically acclaimed Dina Goldstein. Her provocative and stimulating sequential narrative ‘In The Dollhouse’ is one of the exhibition’s many highlights. The powerful images challenge the concept that beauty and power equal happiness, and give a whole new meaning to the vows “til death us do part.” The sequential 10-part chronical follows from the internationally renowned ‘Fallen Princesses’. Each artist has been selected for ‘Love to Death’ as they bring something distinctive and unique to the exhibition, with intriguing and insightful explorations of the notions of human emotion and mortality, and the lightness and darkness in each of them. Leontia Reilly, owner and curator of Leontia Gallery said: "If there are two subjects that artists, and of course the whole the human race, obsess over it’s love and death. The new exhibition aims to explore the fixation with these themes and the associated ambiguous connotations. Each piece brings something distinctive to the exhibition both in technique and concept.” Additional highlights from ‘Love to Death’ include:
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