Four years after opening a public space in London, David Roberts Art Foundationis moving to a new location at Mornington Crescent. The 19th century former furniture factory will be opening it’s doors as an art gallery on the 21st of September with the new exhibition House of Leaves, curated by Vincent Honoré.
With works by Louise Bourgeois, Gerhard Richter and Pierre Huyghe, as the key pieces from the collection, A House of Leaves is presented as a symphony, structured in three movements and an eplilogue. The symphony begins with ECHO VIII (2007) by Louise Bourgeois and explores hybrid forms, memory and fragmented figures. Harmoniously moving onto the second movement, the audience will meet Gerhard Richter’s Fuji, a coloured oil piece that questions abstraction and minimalism.