Julian Opie’s ‘Collected Work‘ exhibition at the Holburne Museum features both the artist’s own work and pieces from his private collection. At first glance Opie’s collection, which ranges from 3,000 year old Egyptian carvings to the finely detailed portraits of Sir Joshua Reynolds, appears to be in stark contrast to his minimalist work which seeks to distill the sitter down to their most basic form and which utilises modern mediums such as inkjet printing and LCD technology. 77 more words