Pertwee, Anderson & Gold are excited to announce the Anatomy of Melancholy, the eagerly anticipated first solo show by Viktor Schroeder. The exhibition will take place in an extraordinary venue in the heart of central London and include his most ambitious work yet – a twelve foot high memento mori sculpture.

 

The Chapel of St Barnabas, a beautiful mid 19 Century chapel in Soho, provides the perfect setting in which to contemplate the questions of mortality which are at the centre of Schroeder’s work.

 

 A percentage of sales from the exhibition will go to The House of St Barnabas, a unique private members club whose proceeds go to supporting London’s homeless people into work via their employment academy.

 

The exhibition is open to the public from the 14th to the 22nd February. Because of the unique location the show is open by appointment only and it is essential to book a viewing time. Viewings can be scheduled by emailing olivia@pertweeandersongold.com

 

To read more about the artist click here

To view the House of St.Barnabas website click here