Franz Widerberg at Kings Place Gallery, London
Franz Widerberg with large exposition at Kings Gallery, London
by Henning Høholt
LONDON/GREAT BRITAIN: One of Norways real colorists Franz Widerberg opened in the beginning of September (5th) a large exposition in the brilliant and large Kings Place Gallery. close to Kings Road / Panncrash Station (ending of EUROLINE to/from Paris, France).
It is a large size exposition showing new, and many retroseptive pictures from the artists wide and variated production.
All pictures, except one, is in this artists strong happy colours, the only one in black and white, still shows the artists warmness, and plese note, the signature is in colours. (below)
. London 2014
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A large number of celebrities from the British and Norwegian art and press world were present at the opening, where, of course, Franz, him self and also his son Nico Widerberg enjoyed the many congratulations for a great exposition.
Kings Place Gallery is part of Kings Place, a creative centre which opened in 2008, presenting music, painting and sculpture from around the world, with a waterside restaurant, bar/café, conference and events facilities.
Kings Place Gallery is a public/commercial Gallery with a continuous programme of temporary and touring exhibitions by artists of national and international reputation, as well as less established but promising artists.
Kings Place is located 150 metres from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations. The main entrance is situated on York Way beneath the distinctive, undulating glass façade, visible from the York Way exit at Kings Cross Station.
Kings Place Gallery is affiliated through its exhibition programme to
University Gallery, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne