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Featured Artist: Sumali (Buki) Piyatissa
Old is Gold, 2021
86 x 86 x 1 cm (h x w x d) # Mixed media on canvas
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Together For Our Planet
Inspired by the UK Creative Earth Competition, Occhi Arts and Entertainment and environmental consultancy Phoenix FTA Limited invited young artists from around the world to creatively engage with key topics of concern at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow.
Image: 'Serbuk Sjaitan #1 - Watercolor on paper 28.8 x 14.5 cm
by Fazar R.A Wibisono
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Occhi Contemporary Collaborates with
Cole's Art Gallery
We are now collaborating with Cole's Art Gallery to jointly represent and showcase the work of selected artists at the gallery's London pop-up venues.
Journeys Near and Far:
A Selection of Photography by Michael Dooley
Exhibition 22nd June to 23rd July 2022
Following a degree in Photography from the Fashion Institute of Technology, Michael Dooley worked for many years as a still photographer and a chief lighting technician in the film and video industries. A second degree, in Environmental Geology, led him to a successful career as an environmental consultant, and allowed for excursions into the jungles of the Amazon, the foothills of the Himalayas, the ruins of Guatemala, and other exotic habitats worldwide, with his camera. The exhibition is a selection of his work.
Image: Michael Dooley
New York City “One World Trade Center Hall of Mirrors”