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  • BRACO DIMITRIJEVIC | ‘TRIPTYCHOS POST HISTORICUS’
    May 29th 2020
    Setting out on an artistic path with the first solo show at the age of ten, Braco Dimitrijevic flourished to become one of the most important conceptual artists in the 20th century. Through his fifty years of practice Dimitrijevic explored themes related to how history is composed - and our perception of it through post-history. The artist’s breakthrough series ’Casual Passer-by’ elevated unknown people from the streets of Zagreb, Paris and London to a status of presumed celebrity, by displaying their portraits on huge billboards, in an aim to prove that we all have a part to play in history. Four photographic editions from 2000 represent two of his conceptual series: ‘Triptychos Post Historicus’ and ‘Witnesses of Another Logic’.
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  • LUCIE BENNETT | ’BUTTERCUP WINK I’, ’BUTTERCUP WINK II’ AND ‘GIRL WITH BIRD’
    May 15th 2020
    For two decades, British artist Lucie Bennett has been admired for her delightful lines delivered with confidence and economy, depicting the seductive contours of the female figure. From her first paintings, the artist has developed a practice across several themes arising from female imagery, objectification and sexuality - and a connection with mother nature through floral forms. The subject matter of the three works Buttercup Wink I and II and Girl with Bird from 2005 represents a closure of an important period in Bennett’s artistic career; a time where she moved from being provocative and explicit in her visual language to a more sophisticated and aesthetic form.
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  • BILL OWENS | 'SUBURBIA'
    May 01st 2020
    American photographer Bill Owens dedicated his early career to documenting the suburban bliss of America. Working as a photojournalist, the artist was invited into the homes of hundreds of families, giving an extraordinary glimpse into their rooms, lives and culture; often different, but also very familiar to his own. His book ‘Suburbia’ (1972) quickly rose to acclaim earning him the Guggenheim Fellowship - and led to three further books about suburban America between 1975 and 2004. The significance of Owens work is testimony to the American Dream and the importance of our day-to-day lives. A relevant theme half a century later in the midst of a global pandemic.
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  • HENRIK SIMONSEN | ’ORANGE SLOE’, ’YELLOW SLOE’, ’PINK SLOE’ AND ’BLUE SLOE’
    April 17th 2020
    The unnoticed flora of traditional landscape art is transformed into the lead characters in Henrik Simonsen’s alluring sceneries. Grasses become majestic as they wave in a tiny opening in a forest; thorny bushes intertwine with flowering plants; and a solitaire small tree with branches shaped by the unforgiving wind. However tall or short, Simonsen’s characters are mysterious as they are secretive, each playing a role in the artist’s harmonic sceneries. His work grows organically with the use of pens and brushes, layering on top the abstract colour palette informed by Nordic light; a light taking on an almost mythological role. In Simonsen’s series of ‘Sloe’s the light is in focus, showing the progression of a sunny summer’s day.
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  • JEFF KOONS | ‘LOOPY’, ‘CUT-OUT’ AND ‘HAIR’
    April 03rd 2020
    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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WILLIAM KLEIN | INVESTING IN ART
William Klein was born in New York in 1928 and is recognized as one of the hundred most influential photographers in the world as well as a film director and author of more than twenty feature films and documentaries. The recipient of numerous awards, Klein was honored with a Commander of Arts and Letters in France in 1989, the Medal of the Century by the Royal Photographic Society in London in 1999 and the International Center of Photography Infinity Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2007.

Works by William Klein are included the collections of many institutions, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York; the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles; and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Fast-approaching his nineties, Klein continues to live and work in Paris, France.

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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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