Tanya Leighton is pleased to present a curated feature of newly finished works by a selection of the gallery’s artists.
These new and recent works, across a variety of medium and scale, would have been the foundation of the gallery’s presentation at Art Basel this June. In light of the event’s cancellation, we are proud to be sharing our artists’ unique perspectives with you in our first online Viewing Room.
We hope that this new platform provides an authentic experience for you to encounter and enjoy the works of many of our artists.
Since 2012, Oliver Laric has been collecting digital versions of sculptures from eminent institutions across Europe, including the Louvre, Paris and the Albertina, Vienna. This public repository is now housed in his threedscans.com website.
The data is made available for free and without any copyright restrictions. Anyone with a computer and an internet connection can download and repurpose these forms as they wish.
In addition to the hundreds of artists, game designers, hobbyists and videographers who have used Laric’s scans, they have notably appeared as visuals in the music video for Migos’ ‘Motorsport (ft. Nicki Minaj and Cardi B)', the credits of the Netflix series ‘Rome’, the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest and an advertisement for Starbucks.