top of page

EXHIBITION

5 - 29 February

The Exhibition is Free, please kindly RSVP HERE


TRANSFORM: MARIE-THERESE HEUBLEIN SOLO EXHIBITION BY SWANFALL GALLERY

Marie-Therese Heublein, born in Erlangen, Germany in 1997, now resides and works in London. A distinguished graduate with first-class honors in Master of Arts from the University of Arts London, Camberwell, Heublein is represented by Swanfall Gallery. In the realm of contemporary emerging artists, Heublein is notable for her unique practice of amalgamating traditional techniques with modern elements.


Transformation and reinvention are central themes in Heublein's practice. Utilising a blend of physical sketches, digital interventions, 3D renderings, and collages, she transmutes the body and consciousness into new forms, navigating between the physical and digital realms to capture the boundless possibilities of existence. In selected pieces, Heublein incorporates Augmented Reality (AR) in her works, seamlessly merging the virtual with the real, offering a novel artistic experience to the audience.


Her latest series in this exhibition continues to explore the aesthetics of change. Through varied sizes and multi-perspective compositions, as well as the interconnections between different works, Heublein presents a more subtle and profound narrative to the viewers. Echoing the concept from I Ching (The Book of Changes), the exhibition “Transform” interprets Heublein's thematic focus and her journey of surpassing herself in artistic practice.


VENUE 1F, 1A Old Bond St, London W1S 4PB


PRIVATE VIEW

An Art Soiree

1 February 18:00 - 21:00


18:00 Arrival and Welcome 

18:30 Introductory Remarks

19:00 Marie-Therese Heublein: Transform, Guided Exhibition Tour by Swanfall Gallery  

19:30 Introducing “Friendship” from the inauguration whisky series “London Story” by VCLUB

20:00 Viewing and Networking

20:45 Closing Remarks


*Complimentary Drinks and Live Music


SPECIAL THANKS TO VCLUB

https://vclubs.co










TRANSFORM

Private View: 1 February 2024

1A Old Bond Street, London, UK

bottom of page