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August 20th 2014
Now in its seventh year, the Threadneedle art prize was set up to honour figurative art today by championing the most interesting artists in Europe. We’re excited to announce our very own Gill Rocca has been selected for this year’s exhibition for her small circular painting ‘Figment VII’.
July 24th 2014
Norwegian artist Anja Niemi’s carefully staged self portraits pair tragedy with humour to explore different characters and their relationship with the interior spaces they occupy. Angie talks more about the work below.
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August 13th 2014
Eyestorm artist Alessandro Raho is one of five finalists in this year’s prestigious John Moores painting prize with his painting ‘Jessica’, a portrait of his stepsister.
August 15th 2014
Alexander Brattell’s monochrome works beautifully document moments of our everyday lives that often go unnoticed. Angie introduces six new works below. When I first became aware of Alexander Brattell’s photographic works fourteen years ago, the fact that they were presented as handmade silver gelatins printed from negatives wasn’t particularly unusual.
July 19th 2014
Noma Bar’s most recent project sees the artist collect materials from warring nations to expose current political situations around the world. Angie talks more about the work below.
August 22nd 2014
Jonathan Purday creates colourful cinematic scenes drawn from personal experiences. Angie talks about four new works below. When I first became aware of Jonathan Purday’s work, probably around 12 or 13 years ago now, the subject matter he chose to recreate in his paintings was very different to that of the works he’s producing today.
June 14th 2013
It’s possible to see the vibrant hues, pleasing composition and stunning scenery of Louise Sanders’ landscape works when viewing them on screen, but what’s difficult to capture is the sumptuous high gloss surface of the paint sitting on the aluminium surface.
 
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