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  • art, illustration, Vanessa Teodoro

    08.10.2017

    Vanessa Teodoro

    illustration

    My work is messy in an organized way. I portrait myself in most of my work, it’s a way of me understanding how I’m actually feeling at the time (sometimes things get strange) I have a tendency to represent strong female icons, detailed backgrounds, graphic patterns and hidden/not so hidden messages.

    All illustration by Vanessa Teodoro
  • art, photography, Vesna Dobricic

    05.10.2017

    Vesna Dobricic

    photography

    This project is a game that chains together features of polaroid photography and a digital vibe. Breaking things down, seeing them from a different perspective, in a different context, helps me find something I can relate to. I strive to depict the variety of forms, both real and imagined- taking something, reimagining it, exploring its possibilities and making something new with it.

    All photography by Vesna Dobricic
  • art, photography, Koray Aykanat

    02.10.2017

    Koray Aykanat

    photography

    Abandoned spaces and objects, which do not attract that much attention in cities where pace of life is so swift and where spaces are intertwined, remain standing in rural areas as monuments that represent the values of the past and reveal the social, economic, cultural and ethical positions of their users. On the other hand, their inanimation and lifelessness that come from lack of ownership are reflected around and make those places dimmer, just like landscapes from a post-apocalyptic world.

    All photography by Koray Aykanat
  • art, collage, André Bergamin

    29.09.2017

    André Bergamin

    collage

    André Bergamin is an artist from Brazil working mainly with collage

    All collage by André Bergamin
  • art, painting, Maureen Meyer

    24.09.2017

    Maureen Meyer

    painting

    Maureen Meyer is a painter inspired by her background in fashion and textile design. Her process begins with fabric experimentations using indigo dye. She combines various resist dye techniques, including stitching and clamping to create unexpected patterns on the materials. Meyer references this process rooted in craft to create the abstract compositions in her paintings. The rich indigo color is achieved by painting multiple layers of indigo pigment mixed with an acrylic polymer. The realized paintings are intricate interpretations of the dyed fabrics, exploring their luminous and organic qualities.

    All painting by Maureen Meyer
  • art, photography, David Rodriguez

    18.09.2017

    David Rodriguez

    photography

    'Pool' is inspired by the paintings that David Hockney dedicated to the swimming pool, in which the different scenes are developed around one.

    In this series, the minimalist compositions predominate, the geometric forms and the luminous colors, where the water and its movement have a special stardom.

    The scenes that are shown are quite daily, giving the photographs a certain costumbrismo. The characters that appear in them are totally unconcerned, and seem to be enjoying a quiet pool day. We see them immersed, swimming and playing in an idyllic environment full of vivid colors in the purest pop art style.

    All photography by David Rodriguez
  • art, illustration, André Catarino

    14.09.2017

    André Catarino

    illustration

    André Catarino's thematic concerns, exploring subjects such as human-inflected landscapes and late capitalist ruins, and appropriation of other media composition techniques and reproduction systems (especially past photographic and cinematographic techniques) puts André Catarino in a central vein of Western thought and art-related concerns, which connect him to diverse names and oeuvres such as Atget's, Walter Benjamin's and the Bechers's.

    'Landscape,' as of course, is always already a human category, a section and separative bloc acted upon the natural biosphere, one that reveals cultural conditions. The portability, as it were, of landscape creates, paradoxically, a distance from, and a classification of, nature. Catarino's particular choice of represented scenes – trainways, mining structures, abandoned civilian buildings or military installations, monumental ruins, or vestiges of abandoned industrial and capitalist goods – reinforce the coherence of the artist's research. Point in fact, André Catarino's insistence on the theme of ruins and destruction, frequently through fire (which allies itself neatly and pertinently with his choice of materials and chromatic outlook), links him in many other ways to the work of German philosopher Walter Benjamin.

    All illustration by André Catarino
  • art, painting, Marleen Pennings

    08.09.2017

    Marleen Pennings

    painting

    For me, painting is the most obvious way to translate an ongoing pace, the world, its people and environment. It's my language at the moment, it's always there.

    All painting by Marleen Pennings
  • art, painting, Maura Segal

    04.09.2017

    Maura Segal

    painting

    My process combines acrylic paint and multi-layered papers, both new and antique. The papers are cut into thin strips and other geometric and organic shapes. The juxtaposition of paper and paint articulates a universe of balance, texture, movement, and vibrancy.

    All painting by Maura Segal
  • art, photography, Cristiana Costin

    31.08.2017

    Cristiana Costin

    photography

    The project is a personal one, I did it for myself and from the bottom of my heart and it started out as a game in which I tried to combine those old-school features of analog 35 mm photography with the new digital vibe, the minimal stroke, the line, the pure colour. I used this rule in order to create a powerful contrast between the old and the new, between a realistic view of the reality ( the photography ) and a minimal, iconic one ( the illustration ).

    All photography by Cristiana Costin
  • UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

  • Barnard Castle

    Art. Exhibition. New Light Prize Exhibition. Barnard Castle

    18 Nov - 18 Feb

    New Light Prize Exhibition

    The Bowes Museum

    The New Light Prize exhibition, described as the ‘must see’ exhibition of the North, opens at The Bowes Museum on Saturday 18 November.

  • West Hollywood

    Art. Exhibition. PIXELS: Cheers to Basel . West Hollywood

    15 - 29 Nov

    PIXELS: Cheers to Basel

    Laurent & Martin

    JM Art Management and Laurent & Martin gallery proud to present an exclusive pre-Basel group exhibition showcasing some of the most popular international artists.

  • Amsterdam

    Art. Exhibition. Correspondence - New Work from Scott Albrecht and Mary Iverson. Amsterdam

    11 - 22 Nov

    Correspondence - New Work from Scott Albrecht and Mary Iverson

    Andenken

    New works from American Artists, Scott Albrecht and Mary Iverson

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