Oswaldo Vigas – Transfiguration

Posted by Fabio 26 March 2014

Oswaldo Vigas is widely considered a living legend of Latin American modernism. This long overdue New York exhibition comprises 15 works that exemplify his signature combination of geometry, abstraction and Latin culture. read more

Trevor Jackson: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Forever.

Posted by Fabio 20 March 2014

Musician, DJ and famous art director Trevor Jackson’s exhibition represents the cultural importance and hidden beauty of vinyl recordings. A show about how experience changes us and the objects and environment around us. read more

Season’s Greetings from The Glasgow School of Art

Posted by Fabio 20 December 2013

A collection of vintage Mac computers, a Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum + 1 and a SEGA Mega Drive perform a rendition of Carol of the Bells. read more

Zoe Hawk

Posted by Fabio 17 December 2013

Zoe Hawk was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1982. She received a BFA from Missouri State University and an MFA in painting from the University of Iowa. Her work has been published in New American Paintings and The Oxford American literary magazine. She Currently lives and works in Doha, Qatar. read more

The Emoji Art & Design Show

Posted by Fabio 13 December 2013

An examination of the emoji zeitgeist, The Emoji Art & Design Show features works of art and design selected through an open call. The works presented cover a wide range of mediums from digital prints, sculptures, video and performance art, tackling themes such as emotional ambiguity, symbology, and visual communication. read more

George Condo

Posted by Fabio 13 December 2013

George Condo (born 1957 in Concord, New Hampshire) is an American contemporary visual artist working in the mediums of painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking. Condo has occupied a prominent position in the art world for close to three decades. He currently lives and works in New York City. read more

Becky Allen

Posted by Fabio 12 December 2013

Becky Allen is a recent graduate from the Royal College of Art. Her work is characterised by intricate line drawings of the things we cannot see. With extreme detail and a fascination of the close-up, she looks beyond that which is visible and presents another way of seeing. read more

Peter Ravn

Posted by Fabio 12 December 2013

The prototype of the modern man is the core motif in Ravn’s paintings. These men are pictured in situations where they let go of themselves and of control. They exist in an intimate and private room where normality is suspended. read more