Frith Street Gallery – Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / 150 Years of Painting + Monet Hates Me / Pan Amicus

17-18 Golden Square, London W1F 9JJ + 60 Soho Square, Frith St, London W1D 3JJ - (17 September - 30 October, 2021)
Tacita Dean, Purgatory (Mount II), 2021, Coloured pencil on Fuji Velvet paper mounted on paper, 356.8 x 449.6 cm, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Frith Street Gallery

Golden Square
The Dante Project / One Hundred and Fifty Years of Painting

Soho Square
Monet Hates Me Pan Amicus

Taking place across the gallery’s two spaces in Golden Square and Soho SquareFrith Street Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition of new work by Tacita Dean.

At the Golden Square gallerythe ground floor will feature works relating to Dean’s forthcoming designs for The Dante Project, a new commission by The Royal Ballet set to receive its world premiere at London’s Royal Opera House in October 2021. Based on Dante Alighieri’s 1320 longform narrative poem The Divine Comedy, the ballet is choreographed by The Royal Ballet’s Resident Choreographer Wayne McGregor and features a new composition by conductor-composer Thomas Adès. Dean’s sets move from the stark black-and-white negative backdrop for Inferno, through the strange, transitional state of Purgatorio before emerging into a celebration of colour in Paradiso, the final act.

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