Neo-expressionist Domingo Zapata is exhibiting for the first time at the Castle Fine Art Gallery at Windsor Yards.

His collection of both unique and limited edition prints titled La Gioconda, will be showcased at Castle Fine Art’s 40 galleries.

A re-envisioning of the original masterwork, La Gioconda is based on the Mona Lisa and re-thinks the iconic artwork by showing what would happen if it were exposed to street art, graffiti, and different mediums.

Domingo Zapata is a household name in the USA.

In the last 12 months alone he has visited Pope Francis at the Vatican to paint with him, having been appointed an ambassador for the pontiff’s Scholas Occurentes Foundation, as well as embarking on his most ambitions work to date; a 15-story vinyl (30,000sqft) canvas at One Times Square, which was the largest mural in New York City.

Mr Zapata said: “I like to work on different subjects, things that I am passionate about, things I care or that speak to me, and use different techniques in order to get the most interesting and thought-provoking pieces.

Clare Thompson, gallery manager at Castle Fine Art Windsor, said: “This is a unique opportunity for Castle Fine Art, being able to work with Domingo Zapata is both exceptional and hugely exciting. We are thrilled to exhibit Domingo’s works, he’s unlike anything we’ve got in the market and brings with him an eclectic and interesting method and an extensive collection."