Halcyon Gallery, 29 New Bond Street, presents a superb selection of screenprints and early illustrations that trace the artistic trajectory of Andy Warhol. With a focus on works from his legendary repertoire of Pop iconography, comprising portraits and still-life compositions, the appeal of the Pop master of art is everlasting.
Halcyon Gallery’s group show also features exceptional watercolours by Salvador Dalí. The enchanting fascination of the Spanish artist is exemplified in his The Abduction of Europa, produced in 1947, and Faith, in 1943. Alongside these two works are a range of etchings and sculptures that demonstrate Dalí’s innovative and technical mastery over various mediums and subjects, from religious iconography and classical mythology, to Surrealist notions of unconscious desires and carnal compulsions.
In addition to Master Editions, Halcyon Gallery offers collectors an array of works by contemporary artists Bob Dylan, Lorenzo Quinn, and the lucidly brilliant glass sculptures and drawings by Dale Chihuly, held in tandem with the new exhibition Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object.