Now on display at London’s Lisson Gallery is the largest solo exhibition to date from renowned British artist Julian Opie. Known primarily for his clean and simple portraiture of bold lines and vivid color blocking, the retrospective includes inspiration from 17th and 18th century English, Dutch and French portraits alongside sculpture, photography, a series of digitally animated LCD screens, a short film, and even an enormous double-sided LED sculpture of a galloping horse. Juxtaposing the classic with the modern and including a vast array of media, Opie’s latest show is set to remain open through August 25, 2012.
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