Michael Petry: A History of Thunder

Michael Petry’s work Joshua D’s Wall is based on the creation myth found in the Bible, the Koran and the Torah, of Joshua and the battle of Jericho. It is made up from hundreds of unique glass stones made at the Berengo studios in Murano, Italy. Each stone is a unique artwork in itself (a treasure) and like Joshua’s instruction to destroy the city, Petry’s installation is slowly destroyed as each stone is sold, the whole becomes smaller.

The exhibition will coincide with the World Premiere performance of A Prussian Requiem (Powell: score, Petry: libretto) at the Royal Festival Hall. The Philharmonia Orchestra’s WWI Commemoration Concert on March 6 will feature the requiem. Composer John Powell and Petry have worked on performance, opera and installation art projects for over 25 years.

Duration 01 March 2016 - 24 March 2016
Times Monday - Friday 10am to 6.00pm.
Cost Free
Venue The Fine Art Society
Address 148 New Bond Street London W1S 2JT, ,
Contact 020 7629 5116 / art@faslondon.com / www.faslondon.com

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