Established in 1982, Halcyon Gallery has become a world-class destination for art collectors who are drawn not only to the inspirational art, but also to the commitment and passion of the organisation’s entire team.
As well as representing contemporary artists, the gallery deals in rare masterpieces ranging in period from Impressionism to Pop. These artworks are always bought privately and have impeccable provenances. This enables Halcyon Gallery to build collections for clients with the utmost confidence in the quality and rarity of the works.
Halcyon Gallery guarantees an ethical and unique business policy by acquiring works from artists before selling them – a policy that inspires confidence in the artists and, just as importantly, the individual collectors who trust the gallery to help build their world-class collections.
Artists I like
Andrés García Ibáñez
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
20 new pieces by Mauro Perucchetti, will open at Halcyon Gallery at 24 Bruton Street. This is Perucchetti’s second show at the gallery, following the success of Apopalyptic in 2008.
Perucchetti presents a critique of our society with his remarkable sculptures created from a variety of materials including coloured polyurethane resin, gold leaf, Swarovski crystals, and a new medium for him, marble. The works in this exhibition can be divided into three groups: Modern Day Heroes, Hip Pop and Daily News.
Perucchetti’s aesthetic harkens back to the streamlined Arte Povera movement that grew as a hybrid of pop and political art in 1960s Italy. It is a re-imagination of traditional pop art sensibilities, a mirror of the material desires and so called needs of our society today.
I´d really appreciate it if you could take the time to look at my work and leave your impressions here or in the guestbook on my homepage- http://www.freewebs.com/miartemartagracielabressi- where there are more samples of my digital art works, engravings and sculptures. The web site´s in Spanish but, if you want to read the texts in English, you can access my Livejournal: