Adamus: Last chance

Adamus: Contemporary Takes on the Original Man ends on Sunday 13 May 2012. In Adamus, the artists Matteo Merla, Ian Thompson and Joáo Trindade each explore the male form in their own unique and contrasting style. Each artist takes their lead from the classical practice of masters such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo and the strong examples of their representations of the male form. Drawing on the inspiration of this classical heritage, each proceeds to represent the male form in their own unique and contrasting chosen contemporary settings.

Reproduction prints of one artwork from each of the exhibiting artists are available for sale at the gallery. Online purchasing of these prints and other affordable reproduction prints will soon be available on www.GalleriaClic.com.

Adamus is at the Bookshop Gallery Hoxton, 83 Kingsland Road E2 8AG (Google map), which is a short walk from Hoxton Overground station. The gallery is open daily from 12 noon to 7pm. The Bookshop Gallery Hoxton, is located between Flowers Gallery  and the Geffrye Museum both on Kingsland road, two landmarks of the burgeoning east London art scene.

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