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.
The Focusing Room was a pop-up exhibition of Zero, Kinetic Art and Op Art movements, featured works by artists, Adolf Luther, Alberto Biasi, Heinz Mack, Christian Megert, Nicolas Schöffer, Peter Sedgley, Nanda Vigo set in a pared-back space in Mayfair, across June and July by @artcirclego and curated by Bettina Ruhrberg, director of the Museum of Modern Art in Goslar (Germany).
Photography: Installation courtesy Art Circle, artwork shown, Adolph Luther, Untitled, 1970, Mirror, wood, aluminium, 155 x 155 cm