TM Lighting provided specialist art lighting for Art Circle, an innovative art platform which organises museum-quality pop-up exhibitions worldwide with the aim of promoting Modern and Contemporary Art.
The exhibition was set up at 48 Albermarle Street, a pared-back, raw brick Georgian townhouse building located in London’s Mayfair.
TM Lighting utilised the ZeroSixty range of accent lights to highlight the works of art with high 95+ CRI LEDs, carefully focussed to create drama and highlight the works within the low-lit setting.
Artists: Bernd Lohaus, Carl Andre, Ed Sommer, François Morellet, Giulio Paolini, Günther Uecker, Heinz Mack, Herman de Vries, Jef Verheyen, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Richard Tuttle, Robert Morris, Robert Ryman, Stephen Antonakos
On both sides of the Atlantic artists, in the early 1960s, started to question Abstract Expressionism or Informell and their subjective and emotional foundations. These inquiries led to a paring down to the essentials of art making. Simple geometric forms, serial or other systems, a focus on real objects in real space and a general clarity of form were not only typical for works of the so called “minimal artists” but can also be found within a wider circle of European and American artists.
This exhibition brings together a selection of works from international artists who began to explore the essence of materials and forms showing that the formal clarity and simplicity of a work does not reduce the complexity of its perception.