Max Gimblett is considered one of the leading western contemporary artists working in relation to the oriental tradition, and his output reveals familiarity with Japanese calligraphy, Jungian psychology and Buddhism.

His work is a crossroads of many different cultures and traditions, taking us back in time, but through an immediate expression of the here and now.

This exhibition of works on paper presents 30 drawings by Max Gimblett, and offers a view of the book Impermanence which Max Gimblett has created in Prato with Edizioni Canopo.

The book features nine sugar lift etchings in a cover handmade by the artist, accompanied by five poems by Ida Panicelli.