Masterpiece 2019: Pangolin London Sculpture
Posted on July 15 2019
Pangolin London Sculpture exhibits their collection of artwork at the 2019 edition of Masterpiece London.
Launching in 2008, Pangolin is one of the very few galleries in London dedicated to exhibiting sculpture. For this year's Masterpiece Fair, the gallery selected a diverse collection of works to display on its stand from abstract singular sculptures to large contemporary installations. Personal favourites and stand-out pieces included the impressive portrait of Van Gogh by David Mach, constructed from thousands of colourful pins. Mach also had 'Deep Sea World' on display, a collection of wall-mounted objects inspired by deep sea fish patterns, also constructed from bright pins.
Susie MacMurray's work 'Strange Fruit' intrigued the passing crowds with its elegant yet striking presence. The wall sculpture constructed with reclaimed military barbed wire and luscious red silk velvet. Finally, the bronze 'Solar' sculpture by Charlotte Mayer presented itself with such an elegance set against the dark walls of the stand, resembling the graceful flight of a bird as its wings spread out.
For further information on the gallery and designs featured, click to view the official Pangolin London Sculpture website. Details on previous and upcoming fairs can be found via the Masterpiece London website.