Iranian artist Mehdu Ghadyanloo is back in London and has thus far laid out this tuning work in Dulwich, on Kinsale Road, as a part of the continuing Baroque The Streets Project, in association with the Dulwich Picture Gallery. Mehdi Ghadyanloo’s work is very much influenced by Surrealism and Symbolism and through this he sets to create playful and fantasy motifs to generate his own distinct utopia on the walls of his city. His murals reflect the surroundings and immediate environment, in Tehran he sets through his work to forego political commentary and focuses on the dreams and imagination, aspects of the self that permeate all cultures, politics and religions, a universal component in humanity. That is exactly what Mehdi has recently done in Dulwich. This piece is just absorbing, as is the case with the three previous works from Mehdi put up in February, with his excellent technique of depth perception and shadow work, we could stare at this piece for ages and are delighted his work has found a more permanent home in London for the time being.