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  • MARK STEINMETZ | ’South East’
    April 02nd 2021
    In the world of Mark Steinmetz, the seemingly insignificant moments in life are little frames of unimaginable beauty. Portraits of anonymous subjects become stand-ins caught in a moment of reflection, often unaware of the artist’s presence. Presented as black and white pockets of time, the American photographer slows down the speed to allow the viewer to focus and connect through the familiarity of each touching moment. Steinmetz was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1994 and shortly after moved to Athens, Georgia, to start on what would become an acclaimed trilogy about the American South. From the book ‘South East’, two monochrome works from New Orleans, Louisiana, and Athens, Georgia, were released as photographic editions.
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  • HENRIK SIMONSEN | ’Magenta’, ’Ochre’ and ’Scarlet’
    March 19th 2021
    The moment Henrik Simonsen settled into the new studio in sprawling Kreuzberg in the summer of 2013, the Danish artist sat down and painted a love letter in three parts to the short Nordic summer. His move a few months earlier to this creative part of Berlin, would highlight a year of his practice where the colours in the works became fewer and the mark making more energetic, resulting in a series of scenic abstract serigraphs. Three screenprint editions, Magenta, Ochre and Scarlet, depict the days from late spring to the end of summer. A landscape flushed in the Nordic light; one Simonsen knows very well.
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  • LAWRENCE BECK | ‘Botanical Gardens’
    March 05th 2021
    A genuine admirer of the beauty, structure and complexity of the natural world, Lawrence Beck has continuously explored our relationship with nature and the perception of what is natural. Magnificent purple petunias confined to a finite spot; engineered large-scape yellow-red tulips; and domesticated spikey cacti; all gently pointing to the duality of the nurtured flora versus the origins of the wilderness. The artist’s precise compositions, such as the portrait of water lilies remindful of Monet’s garden in Giverny, enhance the idea of nature imitating art and is a visual commentary on the subject of the closely cultivated garden landscapes. Four photographic editions from the late nineties represent part of Beck’s most well-known body of works.
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  • JAMES HUNTER | 'Orangeola'
    February 19th 2021
    Balancing shapes and colours without the presence of any preconceived form and thought, James Hunter has conquered a practice where the image is gradually built, without consciously planning how one brushstroke will inform the next. A futuristic robot from the fifties, a mechanical turtle or a disco-dancer emerges from the imagery, prompted only in the mind of the viewer trying frantically to come to reason of what the artist is showing us. From a productive period at the beginning of Hunter’s practice, the screenprint Orangeola hints the conclusion of the first part of his career; a period up until 2016 where he formed his abstract approach and distinct style.
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  • VIC REEVES | ‘Birds and Their Interactions with Humans’
    February 05th 2021
    World famous on the British Isles for his career in comedy, Vic Reeves has always maintained that first and foremost he is a painter with much of a soft spot for birds. Gifted with an artistic talent and the ability to extract comicality from the world around him, the artist uses his sophisticated sense of humour to bring about smiles whether it is through caricatures of famous people, everyday conundrums or the wildlife on our doorstep. From the artist’s substantial body of works of birds, the eight lithographic prints, Coot, Crested Tit, The Curlew, Goldfinch, Lapwing, Rook, Water Rail and Woodpecker - and four off-the-trail interactions with well-known personalities - give a delightful insight into Reeves’ practice and warm wit.
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HELMUT NEWTON | Investing in Art
One of the most infamous photographers in art history and best known of the twentieth century, Helmut Newton was an influential German-Australian fashion photographer and forefather of provocative aesthetics.

In Newton’s photography, his women command attention. They are treacherous, even menacing, yet always elegant. His portraits achieved international fame in the 1970s while Newton worked principally for French Vogue, and became celebrated for their controversial scenarios, bold lighting, hypersexualised poses and striking compositions.

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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.

If you own a print, such as Pink Knickers, Green Felt Tip Girl or Red Felt Tip Girl and you wish to sell, we have clients who are looking for select pieces. You can get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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