Brian Griffiths - The Invisible Show
Brian Griffiths - The Invisible Show Vilma Gold, London 11 January 2012 - 19 February 2012 By Will Furtado for Under/Current For his latest installation, Brian Griffiths moves away from creating monumental pop works with immediate visual impact, veering towards more conceptual territory that is intertwined with narrative. The monochromatic piece in this show spreads across the whole...
Concave, 2011 Poster, painting 160 x 230 x 60 cm
Black Power Pick, 2011 Digital Photograph 100 x 78 cm Ed. of 6 + A/P An artist exporing the themes of Blackness and African-rooted objects, subjects: their meaning and identity. Her works often create a link between media and history and sterotypes of Africanism from the point of view of a Latin American.
Demostrar (nada), 2005-2010 Digital impression on photographic paper 165 x 120 cm
Silhouette / The Promontory of Noses, 2001, photogravure and aquatint, 11 1/2 x 9” Markus Raetz’s printed works are on exhibition in Paris at the Bibliotheque National de France. His work is marked by its sense of perception, angle and multidimensionality.
Thomas Lerooy plays makes sculptures that are inspired by caricature art, resulting in 3D caricatures evoking Greek legends with voluptuous body parts.
Olve Sande does some stark paintings, yet very minimal, in the colours and the technique. His strongest examples have a simplicity that works around contrast and linear fierceness. With a background in architecture, Olve went on to study art at the National Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, before doing a stop over to study modern western literature. source: arcademi.com...
We Two Boys Together Clinging (1961) No one really cares but congratulations to D Hockney who’s been appointed to the Order of Merit by the Queen of England. Hocks was at one point in the 60s the terrible child of British art. Known for his inventiveness and overt homoeroticism and chain smoking, some of his most famous paintings include Man in Shower in Beverly Hills (1964) and A Bigger...
Once upon a time Exhibition - Marco Kaufmann
Once upon a time’ is an exhibition of work by a selection of up and coming artists on the theme of childhood. Below Marco Kaufmann’s statement. Text by Will Furtado For two years Marco Kaufmann has been exploring the subject of boundaries with incessant fascination, which lead him to develop the project “Anrandungen” (literally: along borders of…). It comprises of...