Please join us for a solo show of Roberto Grosso’s dynamic, and multidimensional works at Space W10!
Inspired by music, Roberto uses digital tools to manipulate images and transform the audio world into the visual. On their own they are dynamic, engaging, and vibrant, but adding to their visual appeal is their integration of virtual reality. Using the app Aurasma, you can view the works in a multidimensional way, combining sound and movement, and getting a glimpse into the creative process to make the works truly come alive.

Nearly two years ago the market for Italian art in London exploded. Well, not the whole market, mainly for the Italian art of the end of the last century. A shift is government policy encouraged Italian collectors to sell their late­20th century and contemporary works on the international market. While this has meant a boom in the showing and collecting of many of the big names in Italian art, it has also meant that there’s been a bit of renaissance of contemporary Italian art and artists, and there’s still time for collectors to get onboard this trend.
While many of the pieces on the market currently have prices that go into the millions of pounds, there are some amazing contemporary Italian artists based in London whose work is fresh, exciting, and collectable. Roberto Grosso is one of these artists.

Private view: 28th April, 6pm
Date: 28th April – 3rd May 2016
Location: Space W10 (London, North Kensington)

The event is free, but please don’t forget to RSVP!
Contact email: [email protected]