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  • art, photography, Mathieu Coquerelle


    Mathieu Coquerelle


    Act II - Our legs feel heavy, the ascent was gruelling. It is curiosity that lead us here, from scene to scene, toward this door. Now it is thirst that makes us linger down the hill. Through the wood flows a subtle trickle of fresh air as if a source was hidden beneath it.

    A gentle breeze opens the door before our eyes. After it stands a thick red curtain - it seems to have been erected to protect an impenetrable richness. As the stream leads us, we smoothly glide under it, fearless, toward an unknown fortune.

    All photography by Mathieu Coquerelle
  • art, photography, 'Window' by Nick Sellek
  • art, photography, Michael Barry


    Michael Barry


    The park is the intersection between the four districts of Harringay, Stroud Green, Manor House and Finsbury Park. The series is an exploration of the uses of the park and the variety of individuals and groups who make use of it. Open from dusk until dawn, the area is the main green space for the four local districts including where I currently live and work which is how the series started.

    All photography by Michael Barry
  • art, collage, Scott Albrecht


    Scott Albrecht


    Largely inspired by his reflections on recent events, Lessons in Perspective focusses on the duality of perspective in situations and the need for empathetic resolve. Coming out of a very turbulent 2016, Scott became increasingly interested in the divisions among people and the way in which people engaged one another. To Scott, it wasn’t the issues themselves that gave pause, but the way they were discussed and the lack of empathy to one another’s point of view that only seemed to sharpen the edges of conversation and further distance any resolution. Taking notice from these situations, the works within the exhibition reflect on these situations in varying stages of acceptance and action.

    All collage by Scott Albrecht
  • art, photography, Yoav Friedlander


    Yoav Friedlander


    My work presents a chaotic perception of an 'Americanized Israeli'; composed of American culture, desert landscapes and war. It is based on the recognition that reality is mediated through images as we experience many aspects of our world through photographs and not in person. In this body of work I mix images of Scale models I build with landscapes I photograph. The models are recreations of memories, collective and personal, places I saw only through photographs and other places I could only see in photographs due to restricted access. Like photographs this scale models share an indexical relation to the origin. I make them, and photograph them with the intent that they will echo the realism of the original and bare the illusion of the photograph. While Photographs refer to reality my models refer to the images that represent that reality. Both enable external observation of a reality through its copy.

    All photography by Yoav Friedlander
  • art, illustration, tomartacus




    My brother Tom and I set up Tomartacus last year, we’re a Hackney based design company and we create all of our prints between the two of us. I take photos of our favourite spots in London and Tom sketches them using a pen tablet, so they’re all hand drawn digital prints.

    All illustration by tomartacus
  • art, photography, Jameson Kergozou


    Jameson Kergozou


    Back in 2013 I left the UK to move to Pruszcz Gdański, Poland. The move was made knowing very little Polish and looking back little about the culture.

    Moj Nowy Dom is made up of small observations over several trips around the Pomeranian, photography became my way of communicating and understanding the different environment I found myself in. The differences in climate, landscape and culture became subjects of my focus.

    All photography by Jameson Kergozou
  • art, photography, Nathanael Fournier


    Nathanael Fournier


    Walking around France, Corsica and Belgium with only one little bag, my dog and my film cameras, I catch moments of everyday life and street scenes. Photography allows me to wander all the day, to meet people, to have a talk with anyone in any place, to loose myself in big cities. It's my best reason for not having a full-time job.

    All photography by Nathanael Fournier
  • art, illustration, Shema Ladva


    Shema Ladva


    Shema Ladva (b.1970) artist, mother, middle aged, fan of Grime and D&B.

    The best way to describe my work is describe my life. I'm trying to have it all!

    I work in pen on paper as its the easiest form of medium to transport from studio to home and back again.

    As parenthood takes over every instinct of my daily routine, the quest for reality is always there in the forefront of my work (because this is my life!). I deal with people, plantscapes and oddly enough, poultry.

    I live in Romford, currently the centre of my world, but it holds real gems of endless personalities for me to capture and record. The suburban landscape with its suburban social inadequacies.

    All illustration by Shema Ladva
  • art, photography, Dana Stirling


    Dana Stirling


    My photographic practice chains together straight and still life photography, found footage from my family history and imagery from family albums. Using photography I've conducted an examination of my history. Due to the migration of my family from England to Israel that history discontinued, and therefore I find it hard do consider it as mine.

    All photography by Dana Stirling

  • Norwich

    Art. Exhibition. turn the page artists' book fair. Norwich

    26 - 27 May

    turn the page artists' book fair

    The Forum

    Turn the page, an international book art and design fair, has announced that its 6th annual event themed ‘Home’ will be held on 26 and 27 May 2017 at The Forum, Norwich, United Kingdom.

  • Los Angeles

    Art. Exhibition. NO FAMOUS GUEST APPEARANCES. Los Angeles
  • Oxford

    Art. Exhibition. Alison Pullen | In Situ: New Oxford Interiors. Oxford

    6 - 27 May

    Alison Pullen | In Situ: New Oxford Interiors

    Sarah Wiseman Gallery

    Alison Pullen is well known for her compelling paintings of opulent interiors. For her new collection showing at Sarah Wiseman Gallery in May 2017, visitors to the gallery can expect to see new paintings made at a variety of historic locations around Oxford; from the spectacular Blenheim Palace to the tiny hidden Bartlemas Chapel, and the world famous Sheldonian Theatre and Oxford University Botanic Garden.



    Art, photography, Window.




    Art, photography, Alice Rainis

    Alice Rainis



    Art, photography, Window.




    Art, sculpture, john oliverlewis

    john oliverlewis



    Art, photography, Jason Pumo

    Jason Pumo



    Art, collage, Niko Paul

    Niko Paul



    Art, photography, eka sharashidze

    eka sharashidze



    Art, collage, sarah eisenlohr

    sarah eisenlohr