Clara Rubin

Posted by Fabio 2 April 2019

Beautiful gouache on paper illustrations by independent artist and illustrator, Clara Rubin. read more

Joan Cornellà: I’m Good Thanks

Posted by Fabio 1 April 2019

Renowned Catalan artist Joan Cornellà returns to London with a series of new works, inviting us to once again peer into his dystopic vision of contemporary life. Having amassed over 7 million followers on social media, Cornellà has achieved global acclaim through his instantly recognisable mix of pitch-black humour and deeply unsettling imagery. read more

Priscille Depinay

Posted by Fabio 28 March 2019

Beautiful illustrations by french artist, Priscille Depinay. Priscille grew up in Normandy, France and currently lives and works in Paris. She’s a graduate of the École des Beaux-Arts, an influential art school in France. read more

Léopoldine Siaud

Posted by Fabio 22 March 2019

Léopoldine Siaud is an Illustrator and Art director from Paris, France. Founder of PLUS33 and co-founder of “PAPIER” Magazine, a bi-annual publication dedicated to contemporary illustration. read more

Dia Takacsova

Posted by Fabio 22 March 2019

Currently based in Brussels, Belgium, Dia Takacsova is a Slovak/Hungarian photographer interested in questions of identity, physical and emotional connection to place and the human relationship to nature and environment. read more

KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival returns to London

Posted by Fabio 18 March 2019

KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival returns to London’s festival scene from 4 – 18 April 2019, bringing with it an exhilarating range of new Polish film and culture as well as highlighting lesser-known gems ripe for rediscovery. read more

Lucie Khahoutian

Posted by Fabio 18 March 2019

Lucie Khahoutian is an Armenian visual artist born in 1990 in Erevan, Armenia. She graduated from Minas Avetysyan school of Fine Arts in 2010 and received a Fine Arts Degree from the American University of Armenia in 2012. read more

Anthony Iacono – Night Bonding

Posted by Fabio 13 March 2019

Anthony Iacono builds his distinctive collages by meticulously assembling hand-painted and cut fragments of paper. Seemingly masquerading as paintings due to their bold palette and slick, flattened surface, these collages merge the figurative with still-life to evoke strange night-time scenes. read more