Ruinas Circulares. 10 years, 100 works
From November 22nd until the 26th, Lidia de Pedro hosted an exhibition at No Walls Gallery in Brighton, exploring the progression of her work over the last 10 years, through 100 pieces.
This formed a unique opportunity to see a collection of works created with different techniques and styles by an ever-evolving artist who has enjoyed success with multiple sold-out solo shows in the past. Lidia’s thoughtful art is ripe with symbolism and iconoclastic imagery, tackling complex sociological topics with a dose of humour and sarcasm. Her unique blend of classicism and modernism has been described as vivid, warm and empathetic – yet also dark and hallucinatory. Having produced a large body of work over the last decade, she has regularly exhibited throughout the UK, including various solo shows and shared exhibits alongside internationally renowned artists.
The exhibition featured paintings, original sketches, prints and posters, both on display and for sale.
Throughout this year Lidia de Pedro will be touring several European cities with this exhibition.