Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell” exhibiting for the first time outside of Europe:
Victorian Oddities Art Exhibition
Friday 28 February – Sunday March 2
Cape Town City Hall – during Cape Tattoo Expo opening hours
Art exhibitions have always been an integral part of the Cape Tattoo Expo. And this year is no different. In its never-ending quest to present original art works in original ways by top South African and International artists, organisers this year are proud to present ‘Victorian Oddities’, a multimedia exhibition of works inspired by the darker creations and curiosities of our 19th – 20th Century forbearers. Works will be drawn from an eclectic range of the SA art scene and, like all exhibitions before promises to be a one-of-a-kind event.
One of the highlights of this year’s exhibition will be the debut, for the first time outside of Europe, of ‘Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell”. Created by Brian May (of the rock group Queen), Denis Pellerin and Paula Fleming, this book/printed card collection of macabre images are exhibited in stereoscopic 3D using replica 19th Century viewing glasses. For more information about this exciting project, visit www.londonstereo.com.
Links: www.channel24.co.za/ and www.capetattooconvention.co.za
Please note – Brian is not expected to attend the exhibition.