Iliana Taliotis

PR & project management | Art, design, craft & culture


Cristina Schek

This autumn I worked on an exhibition with the RA called Intrigue: James Ensor by Luc Tuymans. I have to admit that I hadn’t come across Ensor until I started working on the exhibition and thoroughly enjoyed immersing myself in his weird and wonderful world. He’s a fascinating painter whose inspiration came mainly from a childhood surrounded by the treasures in his parents’ curiosity shop. This is the exhibition banner outside the RA showing a character from one of his most important works, The Intrigue.