30 July 2012
The latest exhibition at Ritter Zamet Gallery in London’s Whitechapel district showcases the work of three contemporary artists across painting, sculpture and 2D media. Co-founder of the gallery space Marcus Ritter explains that the collection is ‘very much about materiality and a coherence in surface’ and describes the relationship between works as a ‘formal connection’ more than anything else. Visually, the artworks correspond and speak to one another in unique ways, and the curators aimed to ‘let the pieces speak for themselves’ in this exhibition. John Jones were pleased to lend one of our solid oak plinths to the gallery space to showcase a bronze sculpture by Peter Stauss created in 2010. This beautiful stand has been cut and sanded by hand in our north London workshops, and we are delighted to see it showcase fine art of this nature. Please click here for more information on the plinths and sculpture stands produced by skilled craftspeople at John Jones.
This exhibition is open Wednesday - Saturday 12-6pm or by appointment.