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  • ANDY GOLDSWORTHY | ’The Digne Projects’
    September 16th 2021
    An interest in movement, light, growth and decay of nature have brought Andy Goldsworthy onto rural fields and into the wilderness for five decades. Giant snowballs melting in river streams; reconstructed stonewalls - made from the rocks of derelict ones - twisting their way through the fields and forests; or rounded sculptures rising in remote places. Serving as a reminder of the historical bond between nature and people, the vital impermanence of artist’s works gives in to thoughts of constant change. Between 1995 and 2002 the artist created several site-specific cairns - or monuments - around Digne, an Alpine town in Southern France. Complemented by Goldsworthy’s diary from the making of the final sculptures, three photographic editions were released from the ‘Digne Projects’.
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  • DAN BALDWIN | Unique Artist Proofs of ’Imaginary Paradise’
    September 03rd 2021
    Across a blend of pure innocence and the somewhat menacing, Dan Baldwin representation of the world is as complex and surreal as the last moments of a dream. Swaying flowers, gliding swallows and big-eyed cartoon characters are present among daggers, razorblades and a skeleton-hand holding a revolver. In the past years, the artist’s urban worlds have become less kaleidoscopic, a shift in a direction where colour is now well-defined and scenery more composed. Finishing the last touches of Imaginary Paradise, his first monochrome print edition, Baldwin took a step back and allowed random colours to take over in what became seven unique ‘artist proofs’. For a moment colour was back in control.
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  • ANOUSHKA FISZ | ’It's Killing Me’
    August 20th 2021
    Gazing below the flawless surface of the natural world, and later into her personal shadows, Anoushka Fisz’ portraits aspire to reveal the unseen by way of extreme closeups of the subject. Early photographs of plants were infused with the dramatic sensibilities of classic portraits, provoking an unease in the viewer by displaying hidden details normally overlooked in everyday life. Years later, confronted by emotions triggered by a life-changing event, led to a dramatic shift in her work as the artist turned the camera towards her. Four photographic editions on paper titled It’s Killing Me were released in 2001 as part of the artist’s second major exhibition in London.
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  • JONATHAN PURDAY | ’Majorelle Garden’
    August 06th 2021
    Drawing on previous paintings from the sumptuous gardens of Marrakech, Jonathan Purday’s signature elements in his latest works on canvas are ever present. The inviting compositions are teeming with North African and Arab architectural influences; garden ponds, riads and decorative air-brick walls that are staged with greenery of natural beauty. Dancing sunlight is flooding each scenery in a myriad of reflected light and shadows, bringing a sense of serenity and solitude that comes with a place which has no human presence. Four recent paintings represent one of Purday’s most recognised themes inspired by his many visits to Majorelle Garden.
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  • ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER | ‘Eurydice’, ‘Fragility’, ‘Gradiva’ and ‘Sex’
    July 22nd 2021
    Intrigued by the link between the present and past civilisations, Anne and Patrick Poirier absorb an array of thoughts which go on and inspire their creations. Found objects and memories become artworks presenting the fragility of the passing of time: the ruins of a roman temple deteriorating over millennia; a citrus fruit mouldering in a week; or a flower petal breaking up within a day. As artists, architects, and archaeologists, the Poiriers consider their life as a series of journeys, and their works intrinsically linked to each and every one of them. Four photographic editions illustrate the different ways in which the Poiriers throughout the course of their fifty-year partnership have remained focused on one reoccurring theme of cultural memory - and the very real fragility of it.
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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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By Night

Cloisonné Skull

Miss Rodeo America

Chorea (1999)

Myocardial Infarction

Red Felt Tip Girl

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DO YOU OWN AN EARLY PRINT EDITION BY HENRIK SIMONSEN?
Red with Dragonflies
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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