Mercedes Cardenas

Posted by Fabio 13 November 2019

Mercedes Cardenas is a Chicago based oil painter, working in the tradition of the interior and the figure. She uses a variety of colours, pattern, and arrangement of objects that are inspired by the Hispanic heritage. She places the figures in the centre of the picture plane making them the main focus of the composition. read more

Anastasia Samoylova – Landscape Sublime

Posted by Fabio 8 November 2019

Landscape Sublime by contemporary artist Anastasia Samoylova explores the connection between the natural environment and its representation through photography. Anastasia constructed temporary assemblages out of internet-sourced images that she re-photographed with a digital camera to produce the final works. read more

Tahnee Kelland – Awkward Series

Posted by Fabio 8 November 2019

The Awkward Series is a collection of paintings by Australian artist, Tahnee Kelland. Tahnee is a painter and muralist, currently based in her hometown of Mandurah, Western Australia. Grounded in the subject of spiritual and inward growth, Tahnee’s ever-evolving painting style sways between symbolism and folk art. read more

Theater of Operations – The Gulf Wars 1991–2011

Posted by Fabio 6 November 2019

American-led military engagement in Iraq over the last 30 years has had an indelible impact on contemporary culture and the work of artists around the world. This large-scale group exhibition examines the legacies of these conflicts beginning with the Gulf War in 1991 read more

Godwin Champs Namuyimba: The Dreamer

Posted by Fabio 5 November 2019

The Dreamer is the first exhibition in Europe by Ugandan painter Godwin Champs Namuyimba. The exhibition is comprised of a series of paintings depicting aspects of Namuyimba’s life in his hometown of Kampala. read more

Jon Key – Man in the Violet Suit

Posted by Fabio 8 October 2019

As abstractions of the Queer Black Man, a category whose members already walk society as caricatures, Jon Key’s “Man in the Violet Suit” series plays on the assumption of self-portraiture. The subject of the paintings is simultaneously flamboyant and flattened, provocative and subdued. read more

Julia Zastava

Posted by Fabio 1 October 2019

Julia Zastava is a multimedia artist working with drawings, videos, installations and performances. She explores the topic of transformation – when shapes turn into objects and objects appear to be notions. read more

Eva Stenram

Posted by Fabio 1 October 2019

Eva Stenram’s photographic practice brings together analogical archival material and digital manipulation, sifting through past and present artifacts, interacting with and re-interpreting the imagery she encounters. Her work is ultimately about being a viewer, a consumer of images. read more