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  • art, photography, Natasha Cantwell


    Natasha Cantwell


    The Living Dead explores the concept of the uncanny and how photography can be utilised to create the unsettling feeling of experiencing the familiar and strange all at once. This body of work specifically looks at how the uncanny permeates anything that is simultaneously its opposite, such as the living and non-living or the real and unreal. It is an enquiry into photography's association with representation, simulation and the real. This project examines photography’s uncanny relationship with preservation and death, particularly how photographs archive and preserve their subjects in image-form but also serve as a reminder of the decay and destruction that occurs after the photograph has been taken.

    All photography by Natasha Cantwell
  • art, painting, Kotaro Machiyama


    Kotaro Machiyama


    ...Combining the desire to get closer to an object that I am attracted to and thinking about it in a time other than the present…

    All painting by Kotaro Machiyama
  • art, photography, Sofía Mercedes


    Sofía Mercedes


    In the hot and humid Caribbean climate of the island of Cuba I observe, connect, and capture still visions of lives, traditions, and objects from a country that is not so distant from mine.

    All photography by Sofía Mercedes
  • art, illustration, Hannah Hurricane


    Hannah Hurricane


    I use Drawing to think about our ancestral landscapes, how the rituals, spaces, and beings of domestic life and the natural world overlap and communicate in tandem. Pulling from my experiences as a mother and my academic training in Wildlife Ecology, I incorporate both live drawing and drawings of old family photos, mashing them up against rivers, valleys, and meadows, but also: line, color, form. The landscapes become part-memory, part-imagined, a way to investigate the presence of ancestral spirits in modern life.

    All illustration by Hannah Hurricane
  • art, painting, Ernest Volynec


    Ernest Volynec


    Through the use of colors, different styles and philosophy, I try show that the future is a chain of choices made today. I want to believe that one day greed, anger and a never-ending cycle of wars will be replaced with peace and love. This is my utopia.

    All painting by Ernest Volynec
  • art, photography, Ben Gowertt


    Ben Gowertt


    I love photographing and also visual arts. Since 3 years I have been focusing more on places without people, where you can perceive a calm mood. I love to discover something special in simple inconspicuous things!

    All photography by Ben Gowertt
  • art, collage, Lucian Harbădă


    Lucian Harbădă


    In my collages I play with color and shape, juxtaposing ordinary activities or landscape fragments with geometrical elements, offering a new perspective on the usual aspects of life and reality. As a particularity, in most of my works, I prefer concentrating the visual in the center of the work, surrounded by the emptiness of black or, on the contrary, the openness towards different possible perception, thoughts, interactions.

    All collage by Lucian Harbădă
  • art, photography, Celeste Ortiz


    Celeste Ortiz


    In this series I tried to see at the body closely in an abstract way, looking for the geometry of lines and curves formed by skin, color, shadow and light.

    All photography by Celeste Ortiz
  • art, photography, Emma Sywyj


    Emma Sywyj


    My work aims to capture and show life at it’s most vibrant & exciting, to encourage people to see the intricacies, beauty and beyond the everyday. My work is often centered around environment and cultural identity, celebrating culture in all its varied forms all over the world and encouraging viewers to feel awe and joy in the travelers quests and the rewards that experiencing other cultures can bring whilst developing my own cultural and gender identity through photography.

    All photography by Emma Sywyj
  • art, collage, Jorg Karg


    Jorg Karg


    'Back to the beholder' is the motto behind my digital collages. Better said, a unique identity developed over years. I use present-day visual language and techniques and combine it with old, but fundamental, rules of painting and drawing. So many things subjectively shape our perception nowadays. All that can be used to move the beholder. Modern media influences, but also almost forgotten ideas about shapes, colors and expression. My wish is that the beholder feels addressed immediately without any further explanation in order to create a personal experience.

    All collage by Jorg Karg

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Smack My Glitch Up. London

    25 Aug - 1 Oct

    Smack My Glitch Up


    Curated by Maisie Post Smack My Glitch Up showcases recent glitch art in its many forms: video, sound, photography, screen prints and digital drawings...

  • Rye

    Art. Exhibition. Old Themes - New Thoughts | Paintings by Colin Tozer. Rye

    25 Aug - 2 Sep

    Old Themes - New Thoughts | Paintings by Colin Tozer

    Rye Creative Centre

    Local artist and blues musician Colin Tozer unveils new paintings at Rye Creative Centre. Join us for the opening event, Friday 25th August, 6-8pm. Refreshments provided.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. The Contemporary British Painting Prize. London

    24 Aug - 22 Oct

    The Contemporary British Painting Prize

    Stables Gallery at Orleans House Gallery

    The popular Contemporary Britihs Painting Prize exhibition, which debuted at the Riverside Gallery in 2016, showcases the 2017 entires at the Stables Gallery for the first time.



    Art, photography, Hakim Boulouiz

    Hakim Boulouiz



    Art, sculpture, Harriet Horton

    Harriet Horton



    Art, painting, Jaime Foster

    Jaime Foster



    Art, photography, Luca Tombolini

    Luca Tombolini



    Art, photography, romeo




    Art, collage, sarah eisenlohr

    sarah eisenlohr



    Art, photography, daniel kukla

    daniel kukla



    Art, painting, Josie Stevenson

    Josie Stevenson