The Middle, by Tom Ellis — at the Wallace Collection

Address:
Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, Marylebone, London 51.517693 -0.153132
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Wallace Collection’s opening times are 10 AM to 5 PM (Mon-Sun)
Tickets & Cost:
Free
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The contact number for Wallace Collection is +44 (0) 207 563 9500
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The Wallace Collection has commissioned the British artist Tom Ellis to create 'The Middle' — a series of works which pair his enigmatic figurative paintings with some self-made furniture.

The idea is to draw attention to the gallery's unique and eclectic collection, which contains everything from paintings, porcelain and sculpture to historic pieces of furniture. By placing the different pieces alongside each other, they aim to enrich the experience of the viewer, rather than dividing them all into specific groups.

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