After a huge success in Paris, the Small is Beautiful: Miniature Art Exhibition is about to open in London.
Opening on April 15, the new art exhibition will offer a unique experience immersing visitors in the weird and wonderful worlds of some of the greatest artists of the miniature art movement.
The show will take place in London at 81 Old Brompton Road with tickets already on sale now.
The exhibition will feature over 130 miniature artworks and 80 photographs by over 30 artists from countries such as France, UK, USA, Belgium and many more.
Including the London photographer Slinkachu who will present his work “Miniature Street Art” in which he uses everyday objects to recreate real situations in miniature.
Serge Victoria, director and original producer of the exhibition, said: “One of the main objectives of the exhibition is to be able to give the public the opportunity to experience miniature art in real life. There’s a difference between looking at an Instagram post and going ‘inside the screen’ and seeing the work up close and personal.”
In addition, the exhibition will also host creative miniature art workshops for children aged 7 to 12.
Tickets start at £11.50 and go up to £16, you can get tickets now through the site.