Posted by Fabio 8 December 2017

A short film about dissociations, small moments of departure that we find ourselves in and how sometimes our thoughts take playful turns. Written and animated by Alex Moy.


Aya Kawabata: Parallel Crossings

Posted by Fabio 8 December 2017

Aya Kawabata is a multidisciplinary artist and designer whose practice encompasses textile, animation, print, digital art, bookmaking, and illustration. Parallel Crossings brings together two disparate aspects of her oeuvre: vivid textiles populated by imaginary creatures comprised of geometric primitives and sparse prints inspired by the architectural environment of Brooklyn waterfront. read more

Eleanor Macnair: Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh

Posted by Fabio 8 December 2017

Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh started on a whim in August 2013 following a photo pub quiz run by artists MacDonaldStrand in Brighton. One of the rounds was to make a reproduction of a famous photograph using Play-Doh. It is said that you only need one good idea in life. read more

Weronika Gesicka

Posted by Fabio 8 December 2017

Weronika Gesicka, born in 1984 in Włocławek (Poland). Graduated from the graphics department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and the Academy of Photography in the same city. She received a scholarship from the polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage. read more

Ina Jang

Posted by Fabio 7 December 2017

Ina Jang (born 1982, South Korea) is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Jang describes her approach to photography as playful, light-hearted and dreamy. read more

Anne Pomel

Posted by Fabio 6 December 2017

Anne Pomel is a French illustrator. She currently based in Portland, Oregon. She studied Graphic Design at Lisaa in Rennes, France and Fashion Design at the Studio Berçot in Paris, France. read more

Maureen Paley Gallery: Andrew Grassie

Posted by Fabio 6 December 2017

Andrew Grassie’s third solo exhibition at the Maureen Paley gallery. Grassie’s paintings recreate in precise detail photographs that he has taken himself, found on the Internet or sourced from archives. read more

Zsofia Schweger

Posted by Fabio 5 December 2017

Zsofia’s work in painting is informed by her experience of moving countries: she researches the notions of home and belonging, local identity and the emigrant experience. read more