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An exhibition worth more than £20m is on display at the Opera Gallery London
Showcasing some of the most important international artists of the Contemporary Art world, this event presents work from fields ranging across sculpture, abstract painting and street art.
The latest exhibition features a selection of world-renowned artists which the Opera Gallery deems to be masters of their craft ó Ron Arad, Damien Hirst, Pierre Soulages, Julian Opie and Andy Warhol. However, the small event, which has just 50 paintings and installations on display, also includes works from lesser-known artists, including Arman and his homage to Van Gogh's Starry Night Over The Rhone
A statement from the gallery said: "Inexorably drawn to the beauty, kudos and increasing celebrity surrounding art and artists, Londonís well-heeled continue to purchase art, and with other countries desperate to align themselves with the West, a new international art-buying community has opened up a brand-new and wealthy revenue stream."
Contemporary Masters is on at the Opera Gallery, 134 New Bond St, London, W1S 2TF, until 2 March. Entrance is free. For more details visit OperaGallery.com