Sacred Noise is a private sales exhibition exploring the long history of religious painting and its legacy in modern and contemporary art, held at our King Street galleries in London from 25 June – 20 July. Beginning with a curated selection of Old Master paintings, including works by Cranach and Francisco de Zurbarán, the exhibition then examines the way in which faith and divinity are reconsidered by a range of 20th century artists, from Picasso and Stanley Spencer, to Lucio Fontana, Francis Bacon and Maurizio Cattelan.
Until 21 July, an exhibition at Christie’s London explores religious themes in post-war and contemporary art
Our London private sales exhibition Sacred Noise traces the history of religious painting and its legacy in modern and contemporary art
About the lot
© Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2018.
© Estate of Stanley Spencer / Bridgeman Images
8 King Street
London SW1Y 6QT
25 June – 20 July
9am – 4:30pm weekdays
12pm – 5pm weekends
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