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  • ROBERT LONGO | ’SEEING THE ELEPHANT’
    February 07th 2020
    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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  • WHITNEY MCVEIGH | 'MAP OF TIME'
    January 24th 2020
    American artist Whitney McVeigh explores the human identity and how we collectively link together through our objects, cultures and philosophies. During her artist-in-residencies and travels around the world, she has collected countless objects. Yellowed pictures in cracked frames, books eroded by time, rusty metal cases and numerous curiosities; each object possessing a lost memory and is part of our common history. Her installations display pockets of history via found objects; a similarity observed in the artist’s works on paper that are psychological landscapes rooted in her personal life, thoughts and memories. McVeigh’s visual poetry is expressed in a multitude of mediums from installations and videos to found objects and works on paper; works which are highly autobiographical.
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  • JACKY TSAI | ARTISTIC PRACTICE
    January 10th 2020
    A powerhouse of talent and creativity, Chinese artist Jacky Tsai has continuously evolved new themes and experimented with various mediums, from century-old Chinese craftmanship to using the latest technology. From his revered ‘floral skull’, iconic characters and Pop Art themes, Tsai is tightly orchestrating the narrative and telling fascinating stories about “beauty in decay” and Eastern identity influenced by Western culture. In this article we take a look at Tsai’s development, practice and work on paper from his early releases in 2011 until now.
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  • MAURIZIO CATTELAN | 'UNTITLED'
    December 27th 2019
    Described as the ‘enfant terrible’ of the art world, Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan creates controversial sculpture and performance work, often with a morbidly dark humour. The artist pushes the boundaries of the ever-actual question of “What is art?” by bringing the viewer into a no-man’s land of absurdity and existential brilliance. In 2019 Cattelan reiterated his status of notoriety by taping a banana to a wall with duct tape at the Art Basel art fair in Miami.
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  • ALIOUNE BA | POETIC PHOTOGRAPHY
    December 12th 2019
    Alioune Ba is a Malian artist renowned for using photography as a visual language to display a positive image of Africa. Ba’s images are short and graceful poetic glimpses, highlighting details of Malian life; details that may otherwise have gone unnoticed. Over the decades the artist has developed his practice parallel to working at Musée National du Mali and today is recognised as a key figure in art photography. With currently exhibiting the 12th edition of the Bamako Biennale in Mali, as well as a booming international focus on African artists, Ba’s work is relevant more than ever.
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Lucie Bennett has established herself as one of Eyestorm’s most celebrated and collected artists of the last decade, gaining her a huge following of admirers. Her signature style, an agile line delivered with confidence and economy, is executed through a comprehensive range of different media including quality limited edition screenprints, original paintings, neon light installations, card collage and acrylic-plastic.

She has long been admired for dealing with issues of female sexuality and identity, staying closely to representations of the fairer sex in her all of her work.

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The Danish artist Henrik Simonsen has seen a steady increase of collectors fascinated by his abstract and colourful artwork inspired by the natural elements; a style often referred to as 'Nordic Expressionism'.

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