Anargyros Drolapas photographs from ‘CitiesInVisible’ are inspired by Italo Calvino’s seminal book of the same name ‘Invisible Cities’ – much like Carlotta Cominetti’s photographs are – and constitute a study of the city of Athens; a meditation on its multifaceted and complex character.
Carlotta Cominetti‘s photographs are rooted in her training as an architect, the emphasis on light, material and form, each picture carefully constructed, classical and beautiful. Imbued with a spatial quality that is pronounced through her use of analogue techniques.
Photographer Will Grundy and artist and musician Chris Butler have come together, under the collective name, ‘We Are Willow’, to create ‘Berlin’, a project that delves into one of the worlds great cities. Their resulting work; a book, album, photography exhibition and live performance, serves as a multi disciplinary process that seeks to rhythmically trace […]
Evelyne Chevallier‘s photo collages take us across a graffitied world, on a journey into the daubed painted word of people living in cities such as Buenos Aires, New York, Montreal, Madrid and Paris. Each image a memento of a mark, a declaration of existence by the anonymous, those that have a need to make themselves […]
Angela Sairaf‘s photographs from ‘Healing’ are an exercise in the rejection of cliché, in the undermining of our aesthetic compulsions, nurtured impulses that underpin our conception of beauty and what it means to be perfect.
Ioanna Chronopoulou‘s photographs from ‘Dichotomy’, from the Greek word dichotomía, are rooted in their literal meaning: a division into two parts, kinds, etc, a subdivision into halves or pairs, a division into two mutually exclusive, opposed, or contradictory groups that in logic mean the partitions are opposites if there exists a proposition such that it […]
Carlo Ernande‘s paintings explore the tension between colour and form, the pictorial plane a confabulation of experiments, each seeking to find unity through texture and the juxtaposition of colour, his pictures opening up an abstract space in which he, and the viewer, are encouraged to delve into the myriad of layers, each one a riff […]
Anne-Sophie Guillet‘s photographs from ‘Reminiscence’ were not meant to be seen here, rather it was her latest series ‘Inner Self’ that she sent me, wanted me to post, however, after looking through her work I was immediately struck by the poignancy of these pictures; the deep melancholia that afflicts them, that settles over every image […]
Benjamin Davis‘ photographs from ‘Insights’ are a series of images that seek to explore our sub-conscious; what it means, how it changes our perception of the world around us, how each of us sees different things in the same object and place and how it affects our interpretation and interaction with the world around us.