Niko Luoma’s exhibition, A Depth Immaculate, turns our gaze to art history. The works are inspired by Pablo Picasso’s Las Meninas series, in which Picasso abstractifies and reinterprets Velásquez’s famous painting of the same name. Luoma borrows Picasso’s method of isolating and highlighting particular details in the paintings he cites. The photographs in the exhibition aspire to capture the dynamism and spatiality of paintings by Velásquez, Picasso and Matisse. Typically for Luoma, light has focal emphasis: the space appears to radiate light, whilst the light in turns creates the illusion of space. His geometrical photographs retrace abstract art’s journey from the representational to the nonrepresentational.