Jan Freuchen

Posted by Fabio 23 May 2011

Norwegian artist Jan Freuchen (1979) lives and works in Oslo and Berlin. Shown here is “F.A.Q.” from 2010, 95 x 80 cm C-print, mounted on aluminum.

www.janfreuchen.org

Ronit Baranga

Posted by Fabio 21 May 2011

Clay sculpture featuring human hands and cotton thread by Israeli artist, Ronit Baranga.

www.ronitbaranga.com

Annie Morris

Posted by Fabio 21 May 2011

The paintings, sculpture and collage of Annie Morris are obsessive, energetic and thoughtful. She is above all else a mark maker who uses the simplest of tools to make striking, often haunting images.

www.anniemorris.uk.com

Laurence Owen

Posted by Fabio 20 May 2011

Laurence Owen uses painting to mix the mythic and the mundane. Alluring yet unsettling, each work contains a world filled with hollow pleasures and veiled truths, depicted in a style that looks deceptively naive.

www.laurenceowenart.org

Amdam Bainbridge

Posted by Fabio 20 May 2011

Amdam Bainbridge’s work uses model-making as a departure point for the production of detailed pencil drawings. Through drawing he is able to explore aspects of working and middle class suburbia along with the possibilities of representation in art.

www.adambainbridge.com

Christian Hidaka

Posted by Fabio 20 May 2011

Artist Christian Hidaka is known for a distinctive visual vocabulary made of broad brush-strokes saturated by Technicolor palettes, recalling psychedelic design culture over the past forty years. His landscape paintings depict archaic and futuristic landscapes that combine styles and narratives whose conventions are partly inherited from Japanese prints. read more

nikos moschos

Posted by Fabio 19 May 2011

Nikos Moschos was Born in 1979 in Herakleio, Crete. He was first taught to draw by his father, Takis Moschos. He studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts from 1997 to 2003. Painting under the guidance of H. Botsoglou and Photography under M. Baboussis. His work has been acquired by the Benaki Museum, the Frissiras Museum, the Viannou Library and various private collections. read more

Shawn Smith

Posted by Fabio 18 May 2011

Shawn Smith’s work investigates the slippery intersection between the digital world and reality. Specifically, he is interested in how we experience nature through technology. “When we see images of nature on TV or on a computer screen, we feel that we are seeing nature but we are really only seeing patterns of pixilated light. read more