On a rainy summer’s afternoon there’s nothing quite like taking to the galleries of London for a little cultural inspiration, which is exactly what we did this week. Exhibiting art from talented artists from across Africa and Latin America, we took a trip down to the iconic Saatchi Gallery for a browse of their ‘Pangea’ exhibition, and we weren’t disappointed.
From giant ants by Rafael Gómezbarros, remnant of something from an Indiana Jones film, to Fredy Alzate’s giant brick ball, an installation which appears as though a brick wall has folded in on itself, there’s something for everyone within this impressive collection of artworks and photography. Definitely worth a visit! LGHQx
For more information head to the Saatchi Gallery website here.
Antonio Malta Campos ‘Figures in Red’
Vincent Michea ‘Before the Bigger Splash’ and ‘Untitled Nº189’
Fredy Alzate ‘Lugares en Fuga’
Rafael Gómezbarros ‘Casa Tomada’