• Winter 2015 | Featured Work
    Canvas on paper
    Serigraphy on paper 180 gr.

    Carmin Alizarina

    Spain / Berlin, Germany

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    Canvas on paper is a question about the medium and its signification, how it can changes the final work. It's not drawing, It's not photography and obviously is not painting. So there is a canvas but we ignore the brushes, paint, even the picture represented.
    Femme Incon(nue)
    Installation

    Carmin Alizarina

    Spain / Berlin, Germany

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    Femme Incon(nue) talks about a woman, an unknown woman... the sensibility of the absence turns into textil art.
    Untitled, Torquay
    35mm film, Nikon F55

    Christina Webber

    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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    From an on-going body of work dealing with seaside towns, ideas of flamboyance, and our relationship with money.
    From the series ‘These Are Not Holiday Snaps’
    Digital scan of physically manipulated gloss print

    Christina Webber

    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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    From a series contemplating notions of genre, and playing with the implications of removed/revealed information.
    This series will be exhibited at Whitespace Gallery (Edinburgh) in January 2015.
    DesertLand
    print on paper

    Gianluca Rossitto

    New York, United States

    Waiting for
    print on paper

    Gianluca Rossitto

    New York, United States

    Parfaite imperfection
    Synthetic grass

    Camille Rajotte

    Québec, Canada

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    For the project Parfaite imperfection (Imperfect Perfection), in Marseille, France, I surrounded a pair of park benches with a strip of artificial grass. This created a visual barrier and called into question French rules about not walking on grass. Interestingly, while natural grass is fragile, and should be walked on as little as possible, people were more reluctant to walk on the artificial grass.
    Speaker
    Iron (60 x 60 x 60 inches)

    Amna gull

    Lahore, Pakistan

    Composition No. 53
    wheelthrown stoneware

    Kristina Rutar

    Ljubljana, Slovenia

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    Exhibited at XV. Ceramics Ex-tempore Piran, received prize for the most original work.
    Bomb
    Ceramics, glazed stoneware, overglaze

    Kristina Rutar

    Ljubljana, Slovenia

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    Combining sculpture and printmaking.
    Reclining Nude
    Oil on Canvas

    Ed Haslam

    London, United Kingdom

    Untitled
    mixed technique on paper

    Lucia Apolloni

    Vicenza, Italy

    Untitled
    mixed technique on paper

    Lucia Apolloni

    Vicenza, Italy

    kamada kolagraf
    collagraph

    fatmazzahra

    Sevilla, Andalucía, Spain

    Poppies and Moon
    Collage with photocopy paper and toner

    Katie Marshall

    Brooklyn, United States

    Untitled 3
    Etching

    bobowatv

    Beijing, China

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    We all live in a diversified material world, where countless of desires take control of our minds all the time, just like we are living in a stifling air. Those desires which were mode contributed by the society have controlled our behaviors and actions, impacting on us. We had already lost ourselves. We like free fishes in tanks, which are not genuinely free. Fishes swim within bounds, but actually without any direction and freedom. The true fact is that we have fragile hearts feebly twist, under the glossy appearance. Similar to the fish, we are searching for our directions in a haze of confusion. I’m trying carefully to find some traits of the fish and the people under the light. Those traits can appropriately express what state we are at. It is the inner state of our generation—“the gray”.
    untitled 1
    etching

    bobowatv

    Beijing, China

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    We all live in a diversified material world, where countless of desires take control of our minds all the time, just like we are living in a stifling air. Those desires which were mode contributed by the society have controlled our behaviors and actions, impacting on us. We had already lost ourselves. We like free fishes in tanks, which are not genuinely free. Fishes swim within bounds, but actually without any direction and freedom. The true fact is that we have fragile hearts feebly twist, under the glossy appearance. Similar to the fish, we are searching for our directions in a haze of confusion. I’m trying carefully to find some traits of the fish and the people under the light. Those traits can appropriately express what state we are at. It is the inner state of our generation—“the gray”.
    Synergy

    prachee

    Mumbai, India