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  • RUSSELL YOUNG | ‘Pig Portraits’ and Other Heroes
    May 12th 2022
    Silver-screen stars of sixties’-and-seventies’ America and other idols caught gracelessly away from the spotlight, Russell Young presents the different sides of celebrity. Screenprinted onto paper or canvas, the monochrome photographs are amplified - now and again covered in glittering diamond dust - to accentuate the impact of their beauty and iconicity. In Young’s debut series, ‘Pig Portraits’ (2002), the scaled-up police mug-shots portray the ultimate public shame; the subject detained and awaiting the worst jury of them all. The public.
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  • JONATHAN DE VILLIERS | ‘Cape Town’ and ‘Manila’
    April 22nd 2022
    Setting aside conventions of editorial and fashion photography, Jonathan de Villiers shows the world how stories can be told differently. A fashion shoot in an uncomfortably crowded metro train shifts the attention of the viewer, giving thoughts of an everyday commute; and on the other end of the scale, the British photographer presents beautiful natural landscapes or architectural photography in such harmony that allows the voice of the structure to triumph. Shortlisted in 2008, ten photographs by eight leading artists were shown at the ‘Wallpaper* Selects’ exhibition at Eyestorm in London. Two of the works by de Villiers: Cape Town and Manila.
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  • ROBERT DAVIES | ‘Epiphany’
    March 31st 2022
    Intuitive, balletic and breathtaking, Robert Davies presents moments in football history that are hard to ignore. The artist’s cropped and unclear images - some almost unrecognisable - are enriched with trivial match data on the back, and by giving each work short catchy titles he brings back the experience to the viewer, again and again. It is one part of a practice where Davies explores the opposing properties of the camera lens and the human lens; ultimately relying on the memory of the viewer to add clarity to an image. Five photographs from the series ‘Epiphany’ were part of the ‘FIFA 100’ exhibition in 2004; a show highlighting football as an artform of itself.
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  • JACKY TSAI | ‘The Revival’ and ‘Golden Revival’
    March 10th 2022
    As the as sun rises against a warm orange-golden sky, Jacky Tsai announces a revival. Butterflies, songbirds, cranes, rock climbers and a biplane accompanies the artist’s famous skull, carefully minded by the enlightened Buddha, shaped by small flowers in bloom. For a brief time following the New York solo show, ‘Culture Clash’, Tsai’s focus shifted from bold-coloured energic scenes of Western superheroes and mythological Eastern characters, towards a softer approach as he prepared for his next exhibition titled ‘Reincarnation’. The two print editions, The Revival and Golden Revival, were the first step of the artist’s journey.
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  • ABIGAIL LANE | ’You Know Who You Are’ and ‘For His Own Good'
    February 17th 2022
    Knowing that there are two kinds of people in the world - those who entertain and those who observe - Abigail Lane performs to her audience, frequently asking the viewers to fill many of the informational gaps. Fake doors with scratching and unsettling sounds behind it; a Jack-Russell Terrier casted in concrete; and black sewing thread embroidered scrappily on blank canvases, high-wiring the “reptilian brain” to alert of an intruding spider. Within a decade, Lane’s impressive résumé included three successful solo shows in London and one museum show at MCA in Chicago. In 2004 the artist released the works You Know Who You Are and For His Own Good; two print editions superbly representative of her practice.
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Henrik Simonsen Anoushka Fisz Robert Longo Jonathan Frantini Jacky Tsai AES plus F
(Danish, b. 1974) (British, b. 1969) (American, b. 1953) (Chinese, b. 1984)
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American artist Robert Longo rose to prominence in the early eighties in New York City as part of the ‘Pictures Generation’; a new generation influenced by advertisements, newspapers, film and other mass-media - and determined to replace the prevailing artists of the time. Longo’s large-scale drawings, ‘Men in the Cities’ (1981), hit the materialistic zeitgeist of the decade, showing young and sharply dressed city-workers in energetic and exaggerated poses. For more than forty years the artist has explored multiple themes through his sculptural work and hyper-realistic photographic drawings.
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Helmut Newton - Cyberwoman 2
Vic Reeves - Coot
James Welling - 31 (1998)
Joel Tettamanti - Conn, Switzerland
Jacky Tsai - Artificial Intelligence (Lenticular)
Henrik Simonsen - Gold Dusk
 

Cyberwoman 2

Coot

31 (1998)

Conn, Switzerland

Artificial Intelligence (Lenticular)

Gold Dusk

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INTEREST IN EARLY PRINT EDITIONS BY LUCIE BENNETT
Pink Knickers
For more than a decade Lucie Bennett has been seducing viewers with her silhouette line drawings of haunting sirens, alluring pin-ups and supernatural nymphs. Her print editions from 2005 - 2012 are increasingly being requested by collectors.

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