Oliver Beer exhibiting at Ely House
Oliver Beer (2006, Fine Art) has a new exhibition, “Composition for London”, opening at Thaddaeus Ropac’s gallery in London on 28 April. The next iteration of Oliver's “Resonance Project”, the musical exhibition has been created specifically for the spaces within the 18th-century Ely House in Mayfair. The 13-week exhibition, which runs until 29 July, will involve classical singers performing Oliver's choral compositions, using the natural harmonies around the staircase of Ely House.
Oliver studied at the Academy of Contemporary Music before gaining his Fine Art degree from the Ruskin School of Art, and has exhibited in the UK, the USA, France, Italy, and Japan. For further information about his exhibition at Ely House, please visit the gallery website, or read his interview with the Financial Times here.
Oliver is also currently exhibiting at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham until 4 June 2017. For more details about his exhibition there, please visit the Ikon website.