Richard Saltoun Gallery
South African artist Roelof Louw is considered to be one of the most radical conceptual sculptors working in England in the 60s and 70s. His pyramid of 8,000 oranges, Soul City (Pyramid of Oranges), first shown in 1967, continues to cause a sensation wherever it is shown. This catalogued was published on the occasion of Richard Saltoun Gallery’s exhibition Some Dimensions of my Lunch. Part 1: Roelof Louw, and includes an introduction by the curator Joy Sleeman.