House of 99 is proud to invite collectors and art lovers from all walks of life to experience the artworks of some of its leading artists first hand. Displaying seven fully curated artists, the Perceptual Reality Exhibition dives into how people from across the world can view reality differently, exploring new art styles and unexpected techniques used to bring each artist’s vision to life.
Fully Curated Fine Art Exhibition
Exhibition DatesSeptember 21st - 23rd
Seeing the world through an artistic point of view
Art can be a snapshot of the real world around us or the creation of a new one through limitless imagination but it is only when artists share their perceptual reality that it directly challenges how we see the world we live in.
From the controversial sculptures of Bran Symondson that made headlines across the world to the surreal lenticular artworks brought to life by Derrick Santini before our very eyes. Join House of 99 as it explores the subconscious mind through the abstract paintings of Frank Schroeder, brings our visual perception into question through Antonio Marra’s celebrated artworks and question how we perceive humanity and the core of society itself through Ye Hongxing and Thomas Bijen.
Opening The Minds Of Artists To Expand The Minds Of Others
Exploring the depth of lenticular fine art, Derrick Santini breathes life into his works. Each piece is hypnotic, creating the illusion of depth and space which transforms alongside the viewer’s movement.
A colorful abstract painter and artistic magician, creating art that changes as you move from left to right. We generally assume what we see reliably represents reality but this sensory perception cracks when confronted by Antonio’s art.
Ye Hongxing is instantly recognised for her highly detailed collages, made up of strong, crystal colored stickers. Her artworks are rich in powerful contrasts, from nature clashing with human warfare to traditional culture clashing with modern culture
Schroeder’s abstract paintings are focused on revisiting classical and philosophical themes that have built upon Western’s cultural and artistic identity. His artworks are the result of a reflection that structures his thinking, his mind and his vision of the world.
Bran turns the most prolific weapon in the world, the AK47, into engaging works of art, masterfully embellished with dollar bills, iconography and butterflies. These works rest on a simple premise: take something of fear and loathing and turn it into something of beauty and intrigue. Following the phenomenal coverage in the press Bran’s client list now includes Sir Elton John, HRH Prince Khalifa of Bahrain, Dana White (President of UFC), John Caudwell & Jake Chapman.
Robert Mars is a contemporary American artist known for his Futurelic Pop-forms, celebrating icons of the Golden Era that peaked in the 1950s and 60s. You can find many of Robert Mars’ artworks in the institutional collections of: Coral Springs Museum of Art, International Museum of Collage and New Bedford Art Museum, as well as in several corporate collections across the world
Thomas Bijen is a Dutch artist whose style is reminiscent of the great Dutch Masters of the past, globally recognized for their great attention to detail, precision, depth, light and composition. Each piece from his collection is fine art photography crafted into his surreal, vibrant vision of the world. He has become the subject of several solo exhibitions in Monaco, New York, Cologne, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and many more locations.