The Macabre Masterpiece Of Terror

B-Movies of the 1950s are the inspiration for The Macabre Masterpiece Of Terror, a exhibition at the Monica Bobinska gallery in London.

The exhibition has new work by Kirsten Glass and Peter Lamb and includes composite paintings, installations and collages. All pieces address the aesthetics of the classics B-movie. Adam King features too.

The Macabre Masterpiece Of Terror runs until 8 February at the Monika Bobinska gallery, 242 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA.

The gallery is open Thursday to Saturday 1 – 6pm and 2 – 5pm on Sundays. For more info click here.

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