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Joseph Klibansky’s New Solo Exhibition Is Coming to London

‘All I Ever Wanted Was Everything’ will open at HOFA Gallery

Joseph Klibansky: Guided by Angels, 2017. Bronze powder gold paint canvas screen print in wood and aluminium frame (720 × 270 cm)

Amsterdam based emerging artist Joseph Klibansky will present his new solo exhibition ‘All I Ever Wanted Was Everything’ in London’s Mayfair.

After the highly successful exhibition in LA, Klibansky’s first solo show in London, opens at HOFA Gallery (The House of Fine Art) on Monday 6th May and will be on see until Friday 31st May, 2019.

The artist uses photographs and online material such as iconic cartoons, and creates digital compositions.  He layers the photographs, enriched with acrylic paint, on archival cotton paper and overlays it all with a liquid resin. Alongside the paintings, HOFA will be exhibiting select pieces from Klibansky’s series of bronze sculptures. 

Joseph Klibansky: Leap of Faith, 2019. Painted and polished bronze (60 cm) – Limited Edition of 20

Joseph Klibansky is making conceptual sculpture, not Pop sculpture per se, so he operates in a discourse closer to Hirst than to Koons, but directly related to neither. I see clearly what he is saying as an individual artist, and how he is saying it, and how he evolved to this point. – Peter Frank, renowned art critic

The exhibition moves to Nammos Village in Mykonos on 1st July.

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About HOFA: In 2014 HOFA was founded in London by Elio D’Anna and Simonida Pavicevic, specialising in contemporary art, the gallery exclusively representing a portfolio of leading original works of art featuring a multitude of genres, including paintings, photography and sculptures, with a focus on unique, distinctive and rare artworks of appreciative value by internationally acclaimed artists (e.g. Zhuang Hong Yi, Marco Grassi, Ilhwa Kim and Camille Hannah).

HOFA consists of four international art galleries in London’s Pall Mall and Mayfair, Nammos Village in Mykonos and in LA’s West Hollywood.

In 2018 HOFA was the first art gallery in the world to make their entire collection available in cryptocurrency, and continues to offer all of its portfolio through cryptocurrency payments.

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