The Royal Academy of Arts in London is looking forward to the transformation of the Burlington House façade for its summer exhibition. From the 10th of June to the 18th of August the Royal Academy of Arts will show a fascinating artwork of an outstanding artist from Ghana. The leading sculptor, El Anatsui, will be incorporating a hanging sculpture of 15m x 23m for the 245th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts. The work entitled TSIATSIA- searching for connection, is currently in the process of being completed. The installation by the Ghanian artist, which simulates a large tapestry, is created with thousands of aluminum bottle tops, printing plates and roofing sheets, among other materials. For the moment, there are no images available and we still do not know what the result will look like. However, we are sure it will be a great success and we are certainly looking forward to it. Have a lovely weekend!
By Beyond Arting team | Published 17 May, 2013