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  • JENNY SAVILLE | 'Separates'
    January 23rd 2024
    Persistently challenging modern-day perceptions of conventional beauty, Jenny Saville offers a new perspective to a story that throughout history was often told by men. The brush strokes may resemble Lucian Freud and the divine fleshy palette of Rubens, but ultimately, these are female portraits - powerful rather than beautiful - and painted by a woman. Early shows, ‘YBA III’ and ‘Sensation’ at the Royal Academy of Arts, placed Saville in the spot light, quickly associating her as one of the young British artists in the nineties; a starting point of a career now in its fourth decade which has reaped numerous achievements for the artist. The first lithographic edition, Separates, follows the characteristics of Saville’s works and palette, although distinctively different in medium and technique.
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  • DAMIEN HIRST | ‘Painting-by-Numbers’
    December 14th 2023
    Confronted by the media in the late-nineties, questioning the use of assistants in the creation of the spot paintings, Damien Hirst replied with few words and two new artworks titled Painting-by-Numbers. Delving into the beauty of infinity was more important than spending time pleasing the critics. In the spot paintings, representing one theme of many in his practice, Hirst found a source to endless sceneries; visualised in perfect grids and utilising colour to guide the emotions of the viewer. The red and blue DIY-kit was an amusing response to his critics, and adding an unexpected act of a gallery cleaner, Painting-by-Numbers contributed to the ever-present question: what is art?
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  • ED MOSES | ‘Cho’, ‘Tsohg’ and ‘Frank-Berta’
    November 16th 2023
    Rarely touching a brush, and instead applying paint by stroking, staining and splashing, Ed Moses’ innovative methods and nonconformist thinking made him one of the key artists in post-war American painting. Always working with new techniques and processes that sets him apart, the artist has been described as a ‘restless painter’, referring to Moses’ ever-changing and developing style. The experimental approach to his practice has strayed into geometrical grids made of roses deriving from a Mexican textile, or abstract paintings created with a rag-mob; to just mention a few. Three lithographic editions titled Cho, Tsohg and Frank-Berta are examples of his late abstract style.
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  • JACKY TSAI | 'Culture Clash'
    October 19th 2023
    Magnificent, roaring fighter planes coming from left and right, and pin-up girls crossing swords with immortals of Eastern mythology, Jacky Tsai is diligently portraying two cultures through iconic imagery and astute symbolism in his signature Pop Art style. Whether presented in carvings or works on paper the showcase of contradictions in beliefs, history and culture is no hindrance to reach a harmonious scenery. Sharing its title with the artist’s first solo show in New York in 2016, Culture Clash introduces Tsai’s cultural battle; an encounter stretched out across an impressive fifty-three inches.
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  • MARC QUINN | ‘Frozen Sunflowers (Eternal Spring)’
    September 20th 2023
    A large vivarium containing a garden of Eden, Marc Quinn aspires to defeat mortality by preserving the beauty of the natural world in a subzero setting. In his artistic practice Quinn continues to explore the self, nature and the inevitable passage from life to death, while using focal periods of art history as the envoi: most notably, a series of classical busts of his head made from his own plasma; and a revival of the Dutch seventeenth-century flower painting in cryogenic conditions. The artist became a trailblazer amongst the YBA’s in the nineties and quickly earning a spot at the legendary exhibition, ‘Sensation’, at the Royal Academy of Arts in ‘97. Frozen Sunflowers is a photographic edition from the sculptural series ‘Eternal Spring’, forming an overture to one of his most significant works, ‘Garden’.
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Helmut Newton Richard Billingham Jacky Tsai Henrik Simonsen James Welling Rob and Nick Carter
(Australian-German, 1920 - 2004) (Chinese, b. 1984) (Danish, b. 1974) (American, b. 1951)
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