“Higher Than The Sun” Group Exhibition at Volery Gallery in Dubai, UAE

Volery Gallery, Dubai and Stems Gallery, Brussels collaborated to present Higher Than the Sun, a group exhibition opening on 15 December 2021. The exhibition presents a selection of contemporary artists with a prosperous history with the Stems Gallery. The lineup will feature the works of artists that are not well known to the art audience in the Middle East. Including Julien Boudet; Marcela Florido; Hiroya Kurata; Léo Luccioni; Tristram Lansdowne; Liz Markus; Clément Poplineau; Samantha Rosenwald and Tony Toscani. The collaboration realises Volery’s aims for a more comprehensive presentation of contemporary happenings in the international art scene.


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Inspired by the song Higher Than the Sun by Primal Scream. The exhibited artworks capture moments of solemn peace whether it is in the stillness of time over the hill with two figures dancing under blue skies; the ecstasy of a warm meal fulfilling our cravings; a caveman returning with his victories; or it is the contentment of a lavish green background, water running and childhood memories playing. The exhibition drifts in inner peace, free of time; it is a reminder to stop and appreciate the moment, live in today and leave tomorrow’s worries for when they come.

Tony Toscani, Celebration. Oil on canvas; 27.9 x 35.6 cm

The exhibition will run from December 15, 2021 to January 22, 2022. Schedule your visit here.

Scroll down below to have a sneak peak on Higher Than The Sun exhibition.

Liz Markus, Untitled (TRex 4), Acrylic on canvas; 152.4 x 121.92 cm

Samantha Rosenwald, Virtual Reality. Colored pencil on canvas; 55.9 x 50.8 cm

Clement Poplineau, The Ecstasy of the Meal, Oil on canvas; 100 x 70 cm

Source: streetartnews.net

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