‘Constructed Landscapes’ by Dafna Talmor on Vortic Collect as part of London Collective

Sid Motion Gallery is pleased to launch its first exhibition on the Vortic Collect app, ‘Constructed Landscapes’ a solo show by Dafna Talmor, as part of the London Collective.

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Launching 26 June 2020 from 3pm, London Collective on the Vortic Collect app, brings together over 40 of the UK’s best commercial galleries to present exhibitions on the new extended reality app for the art world.

Constructed Landscapes, is an ongoing project by Dafna Talmor consisting of two sub-series, which stem from a personal archive of photographs initially shot as keepsakes across different locations.  Produced by collaging medium format colour negatives, the resulting images are staged landscapes, a conflation combining the ‘real’ and the imaginary.

The exhibition is on view until 18th July 2020.

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London Collective on Vortic Collect

London Collective consists of art dealers and gallerists who came together in recognition that this is a defining moment of change in how art is accessed. Whilst a number of London galleries have recently reopened, travel and other restrictions mean many people are still unable to visit exhibitions in person.

In the London Collective section of the Vortic Collect app, galleries will show specially curated presentations, providing them with an additional virtual space to complement their physical gallery programmes.

The new initiative enables galleries to support one another by sharing their audiences and enables visitors to simulate the experience of visiting multiple London gallery locations.

London Collective Galleries:

Arcade
Arcadia Missa
Hannah Barry Gallery
Bosse & Baum
Cecilia Brunson Projects
Massimo De Carlo
Sadie Coles HQ
Pilar Corrias
Corvi-Mora
Cristea Roberts
Thomas Dane Gallery
Edel Assanti
Emalin
Carl Freedman Gallery
Stephen Friedman Gallery
Frith Street Gallery
Goodman Gallery
Holtermann Fine Art
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
Alison Jacques Gallery
Annely Juda Fine Art
Josh Lilley
Lévy Gorvy
Lisson Gallery
Koppe Astner
Victoria Miro
The Modern Institute
mother’s tankstation
Sid Motion Gallery
Pi Artworks
Project Native Informant
Southard Reid
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Sprovieri
Sprueth Magers
The Sunday Painter
Union Pacific
Waddington Custot
Amanda Wilkinson
White Cube
David Zwirner