Cal Smith Gallery
Modernist and brutalist artworks
77 Shacklewell, E8 2EB
During the E8 Art and Craft Trail Cal Smith Gallery will be presenting an exhibition of works by Peter László Péri.
Peter László Péri (1899 – 1967) was a Hungarian artist and sculptor renowned for his constructivist artworks in the 1920s. An émigré to London in 1933 from Nazi-occupied Germany, Péri worked more figuratively after the war. His work features in the world’s most important collections, including Tate, MoMA and the Centre Pompidou.
Cal Smith Gallery has a number of very special artworks by Péri available for sale. The works are framed at the gallery in bespoke museum-grade frames.