Vivek Pereira Invites You to His Multisensorial & Multicultural Exhibition

“I am a multi-disciplinary artist combining eastern and western traditions of art”, says Vivek Pereira, a creative from Goa, India, who is known for his international exhibitions made up of out-of-the-box, multisensorial artistic creations.

Vivek Pereira

Pereira has previously given an interview to The Curve Magazine and now has a brand new exhibition entitled “Mass Recovery” featured at J/M Gallery in London, from the 18th to 21st of August, 2021. “My aim is to produce thought-provoking work that makes us re-evaluate our responsibilities towards society, the environment and ourselves”, reveals the talented man in his artistic statement.

The announcement of “Mass Recovery” Exhibition. Source: Vivek Pereira’s personal gallery

Acts of nature, mythology, maximalism, symbolism, surrealism and expressionism have all influenced Pereira’s artistic expression, and his personal experiences are loud in his artworks. “After years of trial and error, I have developed a unique voice that produces multifaceted works which engage the viewers’ emotional reactions.”

The unconventional artist was always keen on working with textiles and patterns and even incorporates environmentally friendly materials, such as Khadi cloth, into his creative pieces. “I chose to use ‘khadi cloth’ as an eco-friendly symbol of communal unity, economic freedom, self-reliance during the Indian independence movement”, Vivek Pereira reveals. “After revisiting the Louvre museum in Paris, I was inspired by bas-reliefs and decided to use the convexed area of khadi cloth to draw the viewer into areas I want them to focus on details.”

Vivek Pereira’s exhibition “Mass Recovery” is a unique, must-visit event that invites attendees not only to view art pieces but actually experience them, as all visitors’ senses will be tingled. “In my exhibition, you will be able to get lost in the world of art through feeling all of your senses of touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste.”

Exhibition’s duration: 18 – 21 August, 2021

Address: J/M Gallery, 230 Portobello Rd, London, W11 1LJ