Miniature art goes big in London with the arrival of the Small Is Beautiful: Miniature Art Exhibition

Following its wildly popular run in Paris, the exhibition will open in London this April with work from more than thirty acclaimed miniature artists 

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London, April 1 - On April 15, the Small is Beautiful: Miniature Art Exhibition, a unique experience immersing visitors in the weird and wonderful worlds of some of the greatest artists in the miniature art movement, will debut in the heart of London at 81 Old Brompton Road, with tickets on sale now.

Rising out of the #MiniatureArt phenomenon on social media, the exhibition offers exclusive access to the magical work of some of the greatest artists in the movement.

The #MiniatureArt hashtag has millions of posts under it but the art form has existed since the ancient Egyptian times, influencing everything from dolls to modern model making. This exhibition is the first time many miniature art lovers in the UK will be able to see a collection of such works in person. 

Attention to detail is paramount at the exhibition, and fans of the mini phenomenon can immerse themselves in the most unlikely objects, bringing their childhood imaginations back to life inside a number of small-scale universes.

Suitable for all ages, the exhibition will feature over 130 miniature artworks and 80 photographic pieces from more than 30 artists presenting from countries including France, UK, USA, Belgium, Sweden, Bosnia, Germany, The Netherlands, Ukraine, Italia, Peru, Iran and India.  The thirty-two featured artists are at the top of the field and their work ranges from Bosnian artist Jasenko Dordevic’s sculpture of a mother and daughter small enough to fit on the tip of a pencil, through to Ana Sofia Casaverde, a paper artist and miniature painter from Peru. With more than 180,000 followers on Instagram, London-based photographer Slinkachu showcases his 'Miniature Street Art' in which he uses everyday objects to recreate miniature real-life situations, including an installation of a serpent attacking a little girl and her mother from a green shoelace in a puddle.

Serge Victoria, Director and original Producer of the exhibition says, “one of the main purposes of the show is to be able to give the public the chance to discover miniature art in real life. There is a difference between looking at an Instagram post and getting ‘inside the screen’ and seeing the work up close and personal."

The Small Is Beautiful exhibition will also host creative miniature art workshops for children ages 7 to 12, with the aim to motivate potential new artists in this field, a behind-the scenes video space where you can discover the artists' workshops, and a pop-up shop.

Serge Victoria, Fever & Encore Productions first premiered the Small is Beautiful: Miniature Art Exhibition in Paris in October 2021 which came to a close in January following a hugely successful run.


Location: 79-85 Old Brompton Road, London, England

Dates: From April 2022, Tuesdays to Sundays

Tickets: Tickets are on sale now with prices from £16 for adults, £13 for seniors and £11.50 for children from six years.

Visuals: A sample of high resolution images are available here

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