Meet Ray Caesar
If you weren’t familiar with the undisputed leader of Digital Art before Madonna recently shared two of his artworks on her Instagram, you certainly know who Ray Caesar is by now.
The London-born artist, in 1958, who has worked in several fields, attended many art schools, and realized building project works for architectural studios, agencies of digital technique, computer modeling, digital animation and visual effects for both television and film had his works exhibited in the greatest gallery all over the world.
Fans from Italy now have a special chance to know him and his work better as the Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome will open its 2014 schedule in 2014 with Ray Caesar’s long-awaited solo exhibition “The Trouble with Angels“.
The exhibition will open on Friday February 14th 2014 at the Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome, where it will be on display until April 2nd 2014.
Simultaneously with Rome, “The Trouble With Angels” will open for an institutional showcase at Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana in Turin, where it will remain on display for two months.
Alongside with new artworks in edition of 20 , made specifically for the gallery – that represents him exclusively for Italy – 5 brand new unique edition pieces will also be displayed: the renowed single varnished collected by Madonna herself and other great collectors.
The 18 works on display, including editions and unique editions, will create a rich overview of the dreamlike, enigmatic and seductive universe of Ray Caesar, who for years amazed us for the richness of his imagination , full of renovated psychic scenarios and technically stunning details.
Some of the artworks in edition of 20 that will be on show in Rome will be part of the Turin exhibition, alongside other works from private collections exhibited in Turin only.
Ray Caesars unique editions will be on display exclusively in Rome.
For the first time in Italy, Ray Caesar will be attending the opening at Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome on Februay 14 and the one at Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana in Turin the following day, February 15. Both events are by invitation only.
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