The time has come for you to step into a small-scale world filled with tiny creations; some smaller than your fingertip, a piece of confetti or even the curved wisp of an eyelash. Small Is Beautiful is now open to the public, welcoming in fans of amazing artistry to admire the impressively intricate detail that goes into making such small masterpieces. Give your weekend plans a dash of minuscule magic and grab tickets to the extraordinary exhibit today.
At this fascinating exhibition you’ll get to see over 140 works of miniature art from 34 talented artists from around the globe. This includes incredible crochet elephants that can happily perch on the pointed tip of a pencil, adorable little penguins standing on iceberg marshmallows and entire pocket-sized city streets which would serve as a perfect getaway for the Lilliputian people of Gulliver’s Travels. This remarkable exhibition is an enchanting escape from the ordinary and will be sure to leave a lasting impression.
When you emerge from your delightful journey around the 1100㎡ wonderland of ant-sized art make sure you take home a physical memory of the trip with a visit to the pop-up shop on site. Plus, if you’ve brought along some wide-eyed kids who look like they have stepped inside their daydreams then you might want to book them into one of the 15 children’s DIY workshops.
Once you’ve grabbed your tickets and got the date circled in your social calendar, you can get a taste of what you can expect by exploring #MiniatureArt on social media. The hashtag introduces you to a variety of sculptures, installations and paintings that look like they’ve been hit by a shrink ray, and will be sure to get you completely hooked on this amazing style of art. Be sure to grab your tickets now if you fancy feeling like a giant while soaking up art from an entirely new perspective.