Paul Stolper Gallery is a contemporary London art gallery and a leading publisher of contemporary editions. Established in 1998, the gallery works directly with artists to publish limited edition prints and sculptures while also running an exhibition programme in the gallery throughout the year.
Paul Stolper Gallery is a contemporary London art gallery and a leading publisher of contemporary editions. Established in 1998, the gallery works directly with artists to publish limited edition prints and sculptures while also running an exhibition programme in the gallery throughout the year. Milestone exhibitions have included Damien Hirst's ‘Schizophrenogenesis’ 2014 installation; scaled up medicine bottles, boxes, ampoules, syringes, scalpel, and pills that all play with concepts of scale, combining to form an ‘Alice in Wonderland’ playground of pharmaceuticals, 'The Souls' 2010 installation consisting of 140 foil block butterfly prints, and 'New Religion' 2005; an installation of prints, sculptures,...
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  • Brian Eno: The Surrenderer, 04 June - 02 July 2021

    Brian Eno

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    Courtesy of Paul Stolper Gallery

    Brian Eno: The Surrenderer

    04 June - 02 July 2021
    Brian Eno is a visual artist, musician, composer and record producer, known as one of the principal innovators of ambient music and generative painting. During the London Gallery Weekend, we will present a major installation of new works. His light boxes seamlessly phase through ever changing combinations of seductive self-generated ‘colourscapes’ using a series of interwoven LED lights. The minimal compositions of the lightboxes reference early Russian art, Mondrian and Suprematism in particular. Eno writes, “I’ve been trying to slow music down so it became more like painting, and to animate paintings so that they became more like music…in the hope that the two would fuse in the middle”. Michael Bracewell, in his essay for Eno’s book Light Music, (Paul Stolper Gallery 2016) describes Eno’s art as “a space for the contemplation of individual experience”, where one is “encouraged to engage with a sensory/aesthetic experience that reflects the ever-changing moods...