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  • ED RUSCHA | ‘Street Meets Avenue’
    April 18th 2024
    Excavating into one of the simplest form of conveying information, Ed Ruscha has for more than half a century grabbed the attention of his audience and sparked curiosity. One-word outbursts like ‘HONK’ is painted in yellow characters in a diagonal perspective across the canvas; and inventive statements hover in a stylised typography on top of a graphical landscape. Ruscha’s practice of melting conceptual art with everyday words and imagery in a breezy West Coast style has positioned him as one of the most influential American Pop artists since the sixties - and a trailblazer of the L.A. art scene. In the late nineties, the artist found inspiration in ordinary street maps, releasing a series of well-known intersections; one as classic as Street Meets Avenue.
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  • JACKY TSAI | ‘Artificial Intelligence (Lenticular)’
    March 19th 2024
    Juxtaposing the past and present, and the East and West, Jacky Tsai skilfully and humorously dives into themes of impossible romance, political affairs and other current events. In his practice, the fast-paced, ever-changing world - where few can barely keep up with the rapid development of technology - is embraced rather than feared; continuously exploring how to combine traditional artworks with the latest mediums and their potential. Artificial Intelligence (lenticular) from 2018 shows Tsai’s innovative approach in a work directing the spotlight at machine learning, or AI, and its challenges, years prior to it becoming an everyday tool.
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  • JO BRADFORD | ‘Autogenesis’
    February 22nd 2024
    Attending to singular and flawless hues in the spectrum, inside her darkroom, Jo Bradford captures azurite, incarnadine, heliotrope, teal and others in their fleeting existence. Often it is a tightly choreographed play, allowing colour to merge into each other on the light-sensitive paper, creating new harmonious and eccentric hues in the space where they intersect. Bradford is a colourist at heart, an artist who have made colour the subject of her work and the focus of her practice for almost twenty years. A set of 15 luminograms, titled Autogenesis, is an immaculate example of Bradford’s first passage in the continuum.
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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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Renowned for his flawless stainless-steel sculptures of balloon dogs, solitaire diamond rings and shaped hearts, Jeff Koons takes everyday objects and represents them as art icons. With themes of banality, mass-appeal and consumerism - and arguably greater showmanship - the artist has become one of today’s most successful contemporary artists. From his break-through in the New York art scene in the mid-eighties, Koons devoted himself to bold and controversial projects, one so grand and ambitious that it took decades to complete. The complexity of ‘Celebration’ eventually led to the series ‘Easyfun’ in 1999; a body of work bringing back childish simplicity.
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