Internationally Renowned Brazilian Pop Artist To Showcase Work In Birmingham

Internationally Renowned Brazilian Pop Artist To Showcase Work In Birmingham

Local art enthusiasts will have the opportunity to meet an iconic pop artist this month, when the internationally renowned Romero Britto will be making an appearance at Castle Fine Art in The Mailbox.

The artist will be showcasing his work at the gallery on Friday 29th  June, between 6pm and 8pm. Visitors will be able to discuss his collections, past and present, as well as his inspirations and techniques. Britto’s artwork will then be on display for a further week.

‘Brazilian‐born and Miami‐made’, Britto truly established his distinct style at the age of 20 after he travelled to Paris and became inspired by Picasso and Matisse. This trip gave rise to his characteristic aesthetic—bright and bold pop art creations.

Credit Sergey Bermeniev

Today, his work is widely celebrated. Having exhibited in 30 countries across four continents and collaborated with some of the most famous global brands including Coca-Cola, Bentley and Disney, Britto has captivated audiences worldwide.

Speaking ahead of his visit to Birmingham, Romero Britto said: “Art is too important not to share, and there is no greater joy than using it as a way of bringing people together.

“My aim is to project hope and happiness through each piece of my work, and I look forward to meeting guests at the gallery in The Mailbox and seeing their reactions.”

Danny Wigley, gallery manager at Castle Fine Art, The Mailbox, said: “Romero’s feel-good art is filled with warmth, optimism and love, so it’s no surprise that it is recognised all over the world.

“The opportunity to meet the artist himself is one not to be missed and we can’t wait to welcome visitors to the gallery to learn about his collections and appreciate the artwork in person.”

Visitors wishing to attend the event and meet the artist should contact the gallery team to be added to the guest list:

E: [email protected] / T:  0121 633 0015

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