TM lighting illuminates The Masterpiece London Sculpture Series 2019.
TM Lighting partnered once again with Masterpiece London, the capital’s leading cross-collecting fair (27th June – 3rd July 2019), as art lighting specialists including lighting a series of major sculptures and installations using TM Lighting’s exceptional LED products.
The Masterpiece London Sculpture Series
Monumental works of art located in walkways throughout the fair this year were specially lit by TM Lighting. Curated by Jo Baring, Director of the Ingram Collection of Modern British & Contemporary Art, The Masterpiece London Sculpture Series 2019 showcased dynamic modern and contemporary works by celebrated artists. The sculptures presented are made from different and sometimes unusual materials, encouraging visitors to challenge their perceptions about sculpture.
For Masterpiece London 2019, TM Lighting will utilise their high CRI LED art lighting product developed specifically for Masterpiece; the GalleryOneFifty (G150), a high-performance spotlight with narrow optics and a magnetic, quick change lens ideally suited for lighting in galleries and museums with tall ceilings and rolling collections. Additionally, TM Lighting will use their ZeroSixty Accent Lights, ideal for smaller galleries and residential settings.
Selected works included A large-scale stainless-steel work by Zheng Lu, ‘Water in Dripping – Chao’ (2016), presented by Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Four sculptures by Pietro Consagra presented by Robilant+Voena Gallery including a red Sant Agata marble piece, ‘Pietra Matta di San Vito No. 13’ (1972); a Verde Assoluto marble piece ‘Absolute Green (Verde Assoluto) (1991)’; a bronze work, ‘Racconto del Demonio No. 5’ (1962); and two painted iron pieces ‘Ferro Trasparente Carminio’ and ‘Ferro Trasparente Bianco V (1966)’.
A copper chainmail work ‘Medusa’ (2014-15) by Susie MacMurray, presented by Pangolin London
New Art Centre’s presentation of renowned British artist Gary Hume, ‘American Tan VII’ (2006-7) in bronze.
A work by celebrated British artist, Tony Cragg, ‘Bust’ (2014) in stainless steel, exhibited by Jerome Zodo Gallery
Photography Andrew Beasley.