Contemporary artwork meets classical archaeology in this new exhibition.
Loukas Morley, an artist and furniture maker with strong local links to Cambridge, exhibits his work alongside sculptures in the galleries of the Museum of Classical Archaeology.
Morley’s work spans paintings, drawings, collages and sculptures, made from materials such as wood and metal. He often uses reclaimed materials to create new works seeking to reinvigorate the concept and history of found objects.
With the galleries as a calm yet beguiling backdrop, Morley's has created a series of installations which act an an intervention into the 'in between' spaces of the gallery. The effect is to create a fascinating contrast between the classical and figural works in the gallery and the abstraction, colour and sheer size of Morley's work.