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  • art, photography, Olli Wiegner


    Olli Wiegner


    The project focuses on how suffering arises in a person and traces its roots into memories of childhood and youth. The photographs are intentionally vague and open to allow the viewer to search for their own interpretation or relate to certain emotions. They provoke questions without certain answers to emphasise how memories fade and warp over time. This fallible construct is the base for our feelings and perception of the world around us which thus is in constant change — potentially leading to feelings of tension and ambiguity. We never truly are, but merely exist in an approximation in between our past experiences and those still to come.

    All photography by Olli Wiegner
  • art, illustration, matt lee


    matt lee


    'Sabbatical' - Sometime in late 2006 I bought a Moleskin journal and a small selection of Tombow pens from a store on Tottenham Court Road in London. Nearly ten years later I rediscovered these supplies at the back of a drawer in my Bangalore studio and felt bad I had never used them – there and then I started working, and from the first few quick and spontaneous drawings this series took shape.

    All illustration by matt lee
  • art, photography, László Gábor Belicza


    László Gábor Belicza


    'My father and me worked in a lumberyard. We laid down a huge poplar on the field, and we chopped it up. It fell apart afore our eyes. My sister’s son was four years old when his father died. Every faces of my family expressed the fear of something absent. All of us felt the loneliness, but there was a close bond between us. The wood in pieces seemed like the tragedy of my family. It fell apart like us. The whole never will be entire. Constant farewell and the act of moving on is reflected in childish existence.'

    All photography by László Gábor Belicza
  • art, painting, Michael Ward


    Michael Ward


    These are all acrylic on canvas, 9” x 12” inches (except for Four Chairs), and depict chairs I’ve encountered in my travels. A young girl who saw these remarked, “you make the ordinary beautiful!” Yes, that is the point.

    All painting by Michael Ward
  • art, illustration, Yoyo Miyoko


    Yoyo Miyoko


    My name is Yoyo Miyoko and I am an illustrator living in London. Currently I am taking experience with metallic colored pencils on dark paper. I love drawing portraits, fashion and botanical illustrations.

    All illustration by Yoyo Miyoko
  • art, photography, Liam Dobbin


    Liam Dobbin


    My name is Liam dobbin, i'm 23 years old. I currently live in cambridge Ontario, a small sleepy town. Fascinated with ethereal landscapes, intimate portraits and vernacular snapshot photography. I like to keep things organic and let things happen on the way, staging and overthinking is to be avoided. I am currently working on a follow up series for romantic void that I worked on in 2012.

    All photography by Liam Dobbin
  • art, illustration, Ivy Chang


    Ivy Chang


    I am inspired by the exploration and language of life, the little and big moments that resonate with me. My work often involves anthropomorphic animals and objects as a way of storytelling from a humorous and charming perspective. I also love graphic designs and writing, which I tried to incorporate in my life as often as possible.

    All illustration by Ivy Chang
  • art, illustration, Nagehan Fenman


    Nagehan Fenman


    My works are always about connection, emptiness and fullness. I am interested more in forms than subject and I like to see shapes that are unseen at first look. Usually i work manually and then i retouch digitally.

    All illustration by Nagehan Fenman
  • art, illustration, Jacek Doroszenko


    Jacek Doroszenko


    The Useful Remnants release is a music concept album touches on a subject of seemingly useless belongings which are becoming valuable when one have to suddenly leave them. Field recordings and musical compositions for this project have been produced in a framework of the Artist-in-Residence Programs at Kunstnarhuset Messen in Ålvik, Norway and Atelierhaus Salzamt in Linz, Austria. The album was released in a strictly limited edition of 10 pieces. Every piece is packaged in a different transparent case, containing the cassette tape, handmade cover and drawings set made on an expired photographic paper.

    All illustration by Jacek Doroszenko
  • art, illustration, André Catarino


    André Catarino


    I’m interested in explore the relation between spaces and the human body, assuming situations of ruin, deconstruction, abandoned places or even landscapes, and presenting them has final composition for the spectator to explore and take advantage of new paths and realities. This way, my artistic path is directed to a crossing of situations between a reality that is familiar to the human being and another that exists after a manipulation of the same through Drawing.

    All illustration by André Catarino

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Lexigram - Samantha Donnelly. London

    15 Oct - 5 Nov

    Lexigram - Samantha Donnelly

    Transition Gallery

    Samantha Donnelly explores the fluidity of representations, specifically the shifting relationships between the physical object and the photographic subject.

  • West Hollywood

    Art. Exhibition. BIBI DAVIDSON | The Girl in the Red Dress - solo exhibition. West Hollywood

    15 Oct - 18 Nov

    BIBI DAVIDSON | The Girl in the Red Dress - solo exhibition

    Gallery 825

    My work inhabits an alternative, through-the-looking-glass universe I use as an escape from my history. Focusing on the fluidity of identity, the characters within my work are allegorical representations of the chaotic and unsettling realities of my life as a child. The girl in the red dress stands in as my alter ego and as a symbol of my inner turmoil.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Do Be Do Be Do… . London

    7 - 30 Oct

    Do Be Do Be Do…

    Sim Smith

    SIM SMITH is pleased to announce a new performance event and installation by British artist Jonathan McCree and choreographers from New Movement Collective.



    Art, collage, happyred fish

    happyred fish



    Art, photography, wil symons

    wil symons



    Art, painting, jessica brilli

    jessica brilli



    Art, sculpture, Hoda Zarbaf

    Hoda Zarbaf



    Art, photography, Marco Fava

    Marco Fava



    Art, illustration, Philipp Zurmöhle

    Philipp Zurmöhle



    Art, photography, quincy scott

    quincy scott



    Art, photography, Window.