British Vision
23rd February – 30th March 1993


G. Davey, 1/3, 1991

British Vision is a group show dedicated to the young upcoming British art scene.
It is articulated in two parts, one section presents works from Richard Long (Carrara Circle, 1983) and Tony Cragg (Airplane, 1979), Julian Opie (Night Light, 1989) and Grenville Davey (1/3 Eye, 1991); Langlands & Bell (La Petite Roquette-Paris 1826/1974, 1993), Shirazeh Houshiary (The roof of seventh sky..., 1991) and Abigal Lane (Untitled, Ink pad, 1993), Alex Landrum (Temptation, 1993) and Frieda Munro (Untitled, The death of the Virgin, 1992).

The second part introduces the London Portfolio where eleven of the most popular artists of the avant-garde generation collaborated to the same project: Dominic Denis, Damien Hirst, Langlands & Bell, Michael Landy, Nicholas May, Marc Quinn, Marcus Taylor, Gavin Turke, Rachel Whiteread, Craig Wood.

The show is made possible with the collaboration of Pino Casagrande Studio of Contemporary art and assistance of the British Council, Rome.

Catalogue: British Vision I, Valentina Moncada Gallery, Rome 1993 (text by Valentina Moncada)