Carmen Catuti's photographs from 'How To Disappear Completely' are a strange series of pictures that take us into a void of hopelessness and existential doom. They have an inevitability that can never … [Read More...]
Sebastian Domino’s paintings are primitive, energetic and violent pictures, the sheer force of his markings and scrapings creating an intense power on the canvas as if he’s exorcising his demons, seeking to express an uncontainable rage, a primordial force through which painting is a mere conduit, a release.
Maria Oliveira‘s photographs from ‘Under the Surveillance of Ancient Animals’ is a journey through memory, of the present looking back into the past, of an artist looking into her childhood home and rediscovering a place that has become timeless, ossified in her mind; the people, the landscape the rhythms of life.
Alimi Adewale‘s paintings are rooted in the rapid urban expansion, and the issues that arise out of it, in Lagos in his native Nigeria; the inequalities, injustices and loss of cultural identity that occurs when globalisation and material consumption supplants everything that went before it.
Wen Feiyi's photographs from 'Domestic Random' focus on the poetry hidden within the everyday, her pictures taking us around ordinary mundane interiors, forcing us to look and contemplate the banal; … [Read More...]
I'm not sure where I came across Marzena Borowiec's paintings but I was immediately struck by their Summer reverie, her use of bold colour and wonderful compositional arrangements placing her … [Read More...]
Costanza Gianquinto's photographs from 'Hiver' are about life, about those idyllic days when we leave behind our troubles and give time to the world around us, meditate on light, on form, on the … [Read More...]
Ekaterina Anokhina's photographs from '25 weeks of winter' tell the tale of a long-distance relationship breakup and the time it took for this Russian photo-artist to recover from it. Art as therapy. … [Read More...]
Sebastian Domino's paintings are primitive, energetic and violent pictures, the sheer force of his markings and scrapings creating an intense power on the canvas as if he's exorcising his demons, … [Read More...]