Dex Fernandez's paintings take us on a psychedelic trip through graphic art, his pictures drawing on personal experiences and encounters, his aesthetic drawn from the world of art brut, outsider art, … [Read More...]
Yvette Marie Dostatni‘s photographs from ‘Mistake By The Lake’ take us into Whiting, Indiana, on the shores of Lake Michigan and home to the Amoco Oil Refinery – a company that is now part of BP.
Super Future Kid‘s paintings come spinning out of a psychedelic TV vortex, a wormhole from another world, a future that lives in the past, where tribes of people – like the cargo cults of the South Pacific – worship the iconography of the 1980’s and 90’s; toys, games and TV superheroes, all conjoined and commingled… Continue Reading
Frederick Carnet‘s photographs from ‘Der Leere Teich’ or ‘The Empty Pond’ are all of a moment on an afternoon in early October when a family and friends gather around a pool to fish for carp.
David Favrod's photographs from 'Hikari' explore his cultural history through the eyes of his Japanese grandparents past in the aftermath of WWII in Kobe. … [Read More...]
Tim Biskup's paintings from 'Space Madness' are now on show in the Hong Kong Art Space until 27th September and bring us back to his roots, his signature cartoonish style and use of bold, tropical … [Read More...]
Daisuke Yokota's photographs have been here before. On this website. His photography some of the best and most intriguing I have seen, his aesthetic endlessly fascinating, the pictures full of depth, … [Read More...]
Heather Nevay's painting's from 'Flesch And Blood' are quietly disturbing pictures that play on art history, contemporary horror idioms and the questions and tensions that arise out of adolescence. … [Read More...]
Yvette Marie Dostatni's photographs from 'Mistake By The Lake' take us into Whiting, Indiana, on the shores of Lake Michigan and home to the Amoco Oil Refinery - a company that is now part of BP. … [Read More...]