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  • art, photography, Ashley Comer

    21.03.2017

    Ashley Comer

    photography

    What began as a New Year's Resolution turned into a visual documentation of my thoughts and emotions as they travel throughout the days. As the year evolved as did the photographs. Feminist revolts, political dismay, unrequited love, the experience of living in New York City, are all woven into the quilt of my 2016. Alone they are snapshots of my thoughts and experiences in my day-to-day life, but together they create a whole new snapshot. Capturing this year in: the romance, the struggles, the fun and games, the protests, and the people trying to find their place in the world.

    All photography by Ashley Comer
  • art, painting, Loes Koomen

    17.03.2017

    Loes Koomen

    painting

    'Modular Paintings' are parts which Loes puts together in various combinations, cropping them or using the complete form.

    The use of copper and gold paint in her work makes the paintings vived and gives light its own dimension.

    One of these series contains 16 parts that can either be shown together or in various smaller groups.

    She is fascinated by the human longing for economic grow and their movement from the countryside to megacities worldwide, the tipping points in their lives and the happiness and disillusions that are getting side by side with these changes.

    All painting by Loes Koomen
  • art, photography, Bree Lamb

    13.02.2017

    Bree Lamb

    photography

    In the series, 'A House, A Home', I isolate ubiquitous household objects and photograph them on colorful backgrounds as a way to begin to investigate the traditions of domestic American life. My interventions, color palette and commercial style of photographic capture re-contextualize the objects as a way to challenge conventional domesticity and to pose questions about conformity, consumption, and convenience as staples of our American popular culture. With the images, I hope to provide a space for the viewer to bring her or his own history and ideas to the dialogue. Lastly, by transforming the objects into photographic prints, I suggest the potential for rebirth as a commodity in a vastly different market.

    All photography by Bree Lamb
  • art, painting, Roberto Grosso

    09.03.2017

    Roberto Grosso

    painting

    My digital art takes its inspiration from music and is produced in metal, metallic paper or perspex. One of the key elements of my art is the vibrant use of colours and the use of augmented reality, which helps bring the artwork to life by showing the stages of its creation with a soundtrack of the music that inspired it.

    All painting by Roberto Grosso
  • art, photography, Mikael iN Fravez

    06.03.2017

    Mikael iN Fravez

    photography

    I like landscape with humans lost in the immensity. I like symetry and graphic pictures. I like the solitude and the quiet in the photography.

    For me, a good photo must be pleasing to the eye : everything must found this place in the frame.

    In my pictures, my wife, many lakes, many mountains, many trees, many clouds, the sun... and the road again and again.

    All photography by Mikael iN Fravez
  • art, collage, Olivia Descampe

    03.03.2017

    Olivia Descampe

    collage

    'Botanical Catwalk' is a new series with a special focus on the female figure in synergy with nature and the loss of identity. She cuts and layers retro fashion and botanical imagery creating a work of art with a particular vision of beauty.

    This combination of two completely recognizable elements merging into a new meaning without necessarily erasing their original content is a key factor in her research and working process.

    The simplicity of the process itself is a harmonious balance between selecting and collecting the images before cutting and pasting them into a whole new context. By doing so an image that may seem very banal at first transforms itself.

    All collage by Olivia Descampe
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  • art, illustration, Minga Opazo

    25.02.2017

    Minga Opazo

    illustration

    My work is influenced by my heritage. Each art piece and installation has many layers of information that connects to my personal experience as a chilean moving to the United States. The natural word that surrounds me is constantly changing as I travel. Using natural materials from these places as well as materials from Chile help me feel connected to my heritage while communing with the new place I live. I am particularly interested in the places where nature and repetitive human action overlap. A big theme in my work is the layering of repetition, which when looking closely can be found everywhere in nature yet is in constant change and flow.

    Intaglio print with copper leaf and gold leaf additions

    All illustration by Minga Opazo
  • art, painting, Sarah Teasdale

    22.02.2017

    Sarah Teasdale

    painting

    Teasdale’s work comes from a wide range of influences, including geometry and technology. Her recent work reflects a longstanding fascination with pattern and textile design. She focuses on patterns derived from both the natural and digital worlds and tries to highlight the order and beauty found within them. Patterns have an underlying mathematical structure and can be seen as a search for regularities. When we recognize these arrangements we have an emotional reaction that is deeply rooted in our instincts and development. Sarah also believes in color psychology in relation to people’s emotions and temperament. She focuses on using colors that I believe have positive effects and strives to create works that is aesthetically pleasing to the eye.

    Sarah has built this series of paintings from acrylic and in some cases spray paint on board with the occasionally addition of mica flake and/or iridescent pigments for additional shine and texture. The overall aesthetic of these colorful, pattern-based paintings is a blend of digital, modern, and ancient, and they have been compared to both video games and intricately patterned textiles.

    All painting by Sarah Teasdale
  • art, photography, paddelproduction

    18.02.2017

    paddelproduction

    photography

    'The paper has no profil' - The role of the photographer has changed over time. In the past it has been the craft of a few to turn blank paper into a photograph, using the darkroom. Today, all you need to do is press the shutter button. Everyone who owns a camera is a photographer. At least this is the public opinion. Rather than creative quality, all that counts is the size of the camera and the length of the lens. The incredible amount of pictures being produced day by day deprives photography of its mystique.

    All photography by paddelproduction
  • UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

  • Portland

    Art. Exhibition. Heidi Schwegler: Extinction Anxiety. Portland

    22 Feb - 1 Apr

    Heidi Schwegler: Extinction Anxiety

    Upfor

    Schwegler approaches discarded objects as investigations into overlapping ideas of mortality, consumption and coping mechanisms, often finding beauty and disquieting humor in refuse and decay.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. David Ferrando Giraut - The Accursed Stare. London

    22 Mar - 22 Apr

    David Ferrando Giraut - The Accursed Stare

    Tenderpixel Gallery

    For his first solo exhibition at Tenderpixel, he presents two interconnected projects which spring from his ongoing research on humans’ relation with images throughout history.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Roberta Moore Contemporary presents 'Measures in Motion' by Amalie Russell. London

    16 - 23 Mar

    Roberta Moore Contemporary presents 'Measures in Motion' by Amalie Russell

    The Foundry Gallery

    Canadian-born abstract artist Amalie Russell has always been magnetised by colour and intrigued with the orderly complex of composition, angles and architectural movement of space.

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