Mauro Perucchetti’s Apopalyptic exhibition marked a key point for Halcyon Gallery; with the gallery’s routes in wildlife art, owning and selling work of the Masters such as Cezanne, Rodin etc. this was only the second exhibition to be curated in the newly acquired Grade II listed, three storey building exhibiting a leading contemporary artist’s works.
In close contact with the artist, the Apopalyptic exhibition identity was created encapsulating the quite literal pop nature of Mauro’s sculptures and personality. Further to this we handled the art direction and post pro for the photoshoot of all sculptures in the exhibition. These almost tangible and beautiful images led the design of the exhibition catalogue, invites, posters, adverts, billboards and gallery signage.