Works by renowned British artist David Breuer-Weil can be seen this summer at Somerset House and other significant galleries across London. Perhaps best-known for his monumental sculpture Alien that has been in Grosvenor Gardens for two years, David Breuer-Weil’s work has been exhibited across the world. As part of Out of Chaos, Ben Uri: 100 Years in London, at Somerset House, Breuer-Weil’s maquette for Visitor (2010) is being exhibited amongst Jewish masterpieces. This centenary exhibition showcases a group of rarely seen works mainly by Jewish émigré artists, including Mark Gertler, David Bomberg, Jacob Epstein, Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff, R B Kitaj and, the first Jewish Royal Academician, Solomon Hart. This is not the only opportunity to view Breuer-Weil’s works. Alongside their current Expressionisten exhibition, E & R Cyzer are showing a number

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