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  • art, illustration, Aleksandar Todorovic

    23.11.2017

    Aleksandar Todorovic

    illustration

    I create socially and politically inspired works of art, inspired by our everyday problems. I created my own set of archetypal characters which i use to create narrative regarding our contemporary modern world. There is the overall use of religious composition and visual symbols, mostly from the tradition of Orthodox Christian Icons. They are mixed with certain surrealism and illustration-like visual style i employ, with references to pop culture, comic books and video-game aesthetics etc. I also use a lot of dark humor, irony and satire.

    All illustration by Aleksandar Todorovic
  • art, photography, Jacob Mitchell

    19.11.2017

    Jacob Mitchell

    photography

    These works are surrealistic perceptions of space and form that reflect the unconscious mind. Photographic images allow me the ability to warp the natural world through heavy digital manipulation, natural spaces transform into projections of dream like experiences. Dreams are something that we all experience; but one has little control over the content of those. What do dreams tell us about ourselves, about our consciousness? These images are reflections of a much more complex schematic thinking process. My intention is to broaden the conscious mind, challenge and inspire the audience to think critically about their own self-awareness. I ask many questions of reality and its constructs, of the differences between a dream and a waking state, and of the possible realms that may rest beyond the physical and the visible.

    All photography by Jacob Mitchell
  • art, illustration, Clovis C.M

    16.11.2017

    Clovis C.M

    illustration

    I've been exploring the relationship between man and nature. In terms of content I've always had a strong affinity for natural science illustration and portraiture. Stylistically my work is pretty much all line based. I've always loved the graphic nature of linework and how contrasting bold graphic lines with thin delicate lines can give you an ever-expanding range of tools to work with, and it's the use of these tools I look to explore.

    All illustration by Clovis C.M
  • art, photography, Cyril Sancereau

    13.11.2017

    Cyril Sancereau

    photography

    Cyril Sancereau is a French photographer from Paris, based in Malta. A student of architecture and graduate of Beaux Arts de Rennes, Cyril specializes in architecture and landscape photography. His photographic work tries to document the impermanence and fragility of the landscape. Cyril focuses his attention on fragments of the territory, where the transition and the in-between are revealed. By deliberately choosing to distance himself from the photo essay on a specific place he keeps from his strolls only traces of the fragile and the ephemeral.

    All photography by Cyril Sancereau
  • art, painting, Cela Luz

    10.11.2017

    Cela Luz

    painting

    In my work, I evoke the unconscious mixed with observations from everyday life through paintings and drawings. Im interested where the brush gestures can lead the painting. This process results in images that are between figurative and abstract.

    I use oil paint, charcoal, oil pastel, dry pastel and palette knife. I see my paintings as moving images, not steady landscapes or portraits. Formally, when they are not single figures floating, like individual thoughts navigating in our minds, they most of the time reference collage, with fragments of different moments. I approach them with a bit of humor, sarcasm, and positiveness.

    All painting by Cela Luz
  • art, painting, Maggie Hubbard

    06.11.2017

    Maggie Hubbard

    painting

    Maggie Hubbard is a practicing artist from Chicago and holds a BS in Illustration from Indiana Wesleyan University (2013). Her work has been featured in various exhibitions throughout the Midwest and Pacific Northwest. Hubbard’s work explores questions of grief and collective experience through finding intangible characteristics in mundane objects and spaces.

    All painting by Maggie Hubbard
  • art, photography, Nathanaël Fournier

    28.10.2017

    Nathanaël Fournier

    photography

    Walking around France, Corsica and Belgium with only one little bag and my dog and my film cameras, I catch moments of everyday life and street scenes. Photography is my best reason for not having a full-time job.

    Two months ago I found in my films folders a 2014 photo series that was not edited. I just did it and that's called "Everyday is a Sunday"

    All photography by Nathanaël Fournier
  • art, photography, Varvara Shinkarenko

    25.10.2017

    Varvara Shinkarenko

    photography

    'Ensemble' - Time on your hands, thoughts on your mind. Bring them together, make something nice.

    No heavy explanations. Just you, your ideas and wish to create. I try not to worry about the result, at least I try not to think of it. I just want to enjoy the process, express my vision. I’m happy to share it and if there’s someone who finds it interesting too, it doubles my happiness.

    All photography by Varvara Shinkarenko
  • art, photography, Tayfun Öztürk

    17.10.2017

    Tayfun Öztürk

    photography

    The concealment of daily and mundane objects under the pretexts of protection, safekeeping and such, engenders a new mode of representation that consists of the mystery of the visible... These concealed objects, appearing out of nowhere in nature or in our daily life, in an unexpected time and place come across as meticulously crafted or downright mundane so as to chase of a threat. The individual in the grips of fragility, protection or anxiety for one's possession enjoys watching the monuments of this selfish silence. Urging a desire to touch or explore in the viewer, these objects transform into surreal forms in our daily lives.

    All photography by Tayfun Öztürk
  • art, photography, Jinhyun Cha

    14.10.2017

    Jinhyun Cha

    photography

    'The Portrait of 108' is, as shown, about the Japanese military sexual slavery women (or ‘comfort women’) in Korea. I want my work to stir up questions about our tragic past and human dignity, and portray the reflection on violated women’s rights as seen by men as sexual objects.

    All photography by Jinhyun Cha
  • UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

  • Oxford

    Art. Exhibition. Woods in Winter. Oxford

    25 Nov - 30 Dec

    Woods in Winter

    Sarah Wiseman Gallery

    More spectacular than ever before, Sarah Wiseman Gallery’s Christmas exhibition this year is themed around snowy woods and star-lit winter nights.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Take One Shape. London

    24 Nov - 12 Jan

    Take One Shape

    The Foundry Gallery

    Laura Jane Scott’s vividly abstract compositions embrace not only the two essential elements of Abstract Hard Edge Painting, colour and structure, but also principles of Conceptual Art.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. From One Shape. London

    14 Nov - 12 Jan

    From One Shape

    The Foundry Gallery

    All the works in ‘TAKE ONE SHAPE’ are derived from one simple shape, echoing paintings by Ellsworth Kelly.

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