More in A vivid dream: can dreaming save us?

A vivid dream: can dreaming save us?

Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix

13 September - 7 December

Roma’s pictorial approach is anchored in his training as a painter. In recent years the artist has delved into different techniques, exploring castings, printing on fabrics, ceramics and collage. His new repertoire of inner landscapes, arising from both real experiences and literary sources, has brought a depth in his work turning his inner universe into something tangible and directly accessible to the viewer.

The exhibition’s aim is not so much to assemble and showcase the artist’s technical mastery of each media, but rather fostering the organic vision of his research. His bronze or plaster bas-reliefs appear through the flimsiness of silk fabrics; coloured ceramic vases strike a dialogue with vividly painted canvasses and the visual narratives of his artist’s books, each made in a unique copy. Each forms an important part of his “dreamy” universe, while being strongly anchored in our perceivable experience, as also stated by the exhibition’s curator.


Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
19 Goulston Street
W1 7TP

Getting to: Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix

3 minute walk from either Aldgate East or Aldgate Tube Station. 9 minute walk from Liverpool Street Tube Station.
Nearest tube / overground-Aldgate East, Aldgate, Liverpool Street
Bus Routes- 25, 40, 42, 67, 78, 100, 115, 135, 205, 254, N205, N253, N550, N551
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