The Leontia Gallery is renowned for its love of dark, exploratory and thought-provoking art that challenges the mind.
From now until the 7th of October, visitors to the gallery can enjoy breathtaking works created by hugely talented artists Flora Borsi, Magnus Gjoen, Mariska Karto and Maria Koshenkova.
Curated under the theme of FLESH, the provocative show encourages viewers to explore their own relationship with their flesh (including desires, fantasies and destruction).
The first of a series of pop-ups to take place in the gallery, it kicks things off in spectacular fashion. If this show's anything to go by, we can't wait to see what the next pop-up has in store...
About the artists
Known for his dark humour and digital fine art pieces, Gjoen is an internationally renowned artist who has been billed as 'one to watch'. Gjoen's illustrious career has also included working as a denim designer and graphic designer for Vivienne Westwood, amongst others.
Flora is a Hungarian fine art photographer who uses exquisite photo manipulation to create surreal images that are thematically focused on identity, relationships, emotions and dreams. Her works often feature the female body and she plays with hiding and revealing the eyes or face to leave only the feminine form - exploring questions of female representation and the relationship between body and self.
Mariska is a South American fine-art photographer who explores the complex depths of emotion in her work, which is characterised by its dark, dream-like quality.
To view the show, visit the Leontia Gallery (www.leontiagallery.com) from now until 7th of October.
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