Nnenna Okore

Posted by Fabio 27 November 2017

Born in Australia and raised in Nigeria, Nnenna Okore has received international acclaim for her richly textured fiber art sculptures and installations. Known for their environmental ties her breathtaking works explore the fragility and ephemerality of terrestrial existence. read more

Daniel Bragin

Posted by Fabio 14 November 2013

Daniel Bragin is a recent Sculpture graduate from the Royal Collage of Art. He enjoys putting mundane objects and commonplace materials to use. The artist explains: “The fine-tuning of each visual element and the selection/combination of details allows the familiarity to remain, whilst creating a strikingly new metaphorical interpretation.” read more

Adrián Villar Rojas – Today We Reboot the Planet

Posted by Fabio 23 October 2013

The new Serpentine Sackler Gallery opens with an extraordinary site-specific installation by the young Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas, in which the space has been re-imagined as a fossilised world of ruins and ancient monuments. read more

Citylikeyou – Zoë Williams (New York)

Posted by Fabio 21 October 2013

Zoë Williams creates needle felt sculptures based on spirits, sacred creatures, and dreams. She lives and works in New York City. You can see a selection of Zoë’s favourite places from New York here.

Serena Carone – That Which I See (Ce Que Je Vois)

Posted by Fabio 20 September 2013

By intermingling themes of desire and death, innocence and latent violence, beauty and bestiality, Carone’s realistically rendered sculptures suggest open-ended narratives that draw upon childhood fantasies and nightmares. read more

Zoë Williams

Posted by Fabio 20 February 2013

Zoë Williams was born in 1983 in New Orleans, Louisiana where she lived until hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005. She currently lives and works in New York, NY. read more

Olga Ziemska – Stillness in motion

Posted by Fabio 15 February 2013

Stillness in motion: The Matka Series is a new body of work that explores the concept of place. In this ongoing series Olga Ziemska will be using locally harvested trees that grow native to an area to create a female figure in different countries all around the world. read more

Silvia Hatzl – A Fragile Existence

Posted by Fabio 9 January 2013

A Fragile Existence is the UK solo exhibition by German artist Silvia Hatzl. The exhibition will showcase her sculptural clothing, distorted torsos and heads which explore the illusion of clothing as a concealment of human nakedness. read more