Ibid Gallery, London is pleased to announce a partnership with HS Projects for a site-specific installation by gallery artist David Adamo in the lobby of the Finsbury Circus House. This is the first exhibition at Finsbury Circus House in Moorgate, London, part of a biannual exhibition programme that is aimed to engage, stimulate, and create dialogue in a multi-tenanted and much frequented building in the city of London. The Finsbury Circus House is open to the public and is located between a Catholic church, which has a historical connection to the building, and a tree lined square. This project consists of four unique cedar sculptures by David Adamo. HS Projects is known for curating along the themes of material, process, and contextual setting. The space’s simplicity and strong architectural lines gives it a monumental, almost mausoleum-like quality, while the combination of Adamo’s small scale bronze work with the wooden totemic sculptures makes for an interesting dialogue with the space, juxtaposing the natural and manmade elements, the roughly carved wood sculptures, and the unexpected small scale bronze sculpture of a clementine peel. The works by David Adamo are on now view at Finsbury Circus House, 10 South Place, EC2M 2RB and is open to the public Monday to Friday 11:00 – 16:00 or by appointment. For any questions, please contact Ibid Gallery, London at +44 (0) 207 637 8773 and [email protected] or HS Projects at +44 (0) 20 7487 5448 and [email protected] For press information, please contact Mormor / Becky Elmquist at [email protected] or +1 (917) 971-9401.