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  • PETER DAVIES | ’The Fun One Hundred’
    November 19th 2021
    Categorised and organised, Peter Davies offers a brilliant reflection of the art world and its celebrated contributors. Shared influences and inter-connections between artists are visualised in frivolous hand-drawn flow-charts, whereas other constructs are pooled in colourful charts as ‘the hip’, ‘the hot’ or ‘the fun’; each artist-name dropped onto canvas with a concise light-hearted description next to the titleholder. The only print edition from the series of text-paintings, The Fun One Hundred catalogues a small fortunate group who are evidently more fun than the rest. On this chart, one name is notably absent, Davies himself.
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  • HENRIK SIMONSEN | ’Late Summer’
    October 28th 2021
    A moment almost everyone has experienced but perhaps never stopped to observe or consider, Henrik Simonsen portrays the last days of summer with affection and gratefulness. A time when nature’s colour palette is slowly starting to replace the bloom and greens of summer and turning them into richer and yellow hues, enhanced by the sun’s position lower on the horizon; filtering the rays through trees and bushes before reaching the thicket and underwood. Simonsen’s unique ability to depict not only the figurative elements of nature, but to tell stories, and induce unexpected emotions through his works, is exceptionally illustrated in the print edition, Late Summer.
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  • DAN HAYS | ’Colorado Impression’
    October 15th 2021
    A mountainous scenery, a camper’s tent or an empty hamster cage, Dan Hays creates images that display the natural world as tightly controlled, heavily mediated, and strangely seductive. Through grids of equal-size painted squares - each one in a punchy heighted colour - the artist re-presents existing images, making them appear pixelated or a pattern of geometrical shapes. In the series ‘Colorado Impression’ Hays turned to landscape images from afar. Compressed and distorted by digital algorithms via the internet, the artist translated the photographs onto canvas, reverting one work back to digital; the three-dimensional Colorado Impressions (Lenticular). A deep space landscape of the American West.
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  • BERTRAND LAVIER | ’Walt Disney Productions’
    September 30th 2021
    Fountains made of colourful striped garden hoses and a camera painted in thick acrylic paint, Bertrand Lavier blurs the definition of when an object is functional design or a work of art, or both. In the eyes of Lavier, anything is able to shift between intended uses or “states”. The remaking of a cliché-filled background from a Walt Disney cartoon - moving it from light-hearted fiction to art world reality - received critical acclaim in eighties and nineties. Exhibited in full scale at Guggenheim Soho in 1998, the print edition of the installation Walt Disney Productions (1998) shows Lavier ability to elevate the ordinary to fine art.
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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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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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Blue Butterflies

Telephone

The Escape

Blue and Orange

Conn, Switzerland

Red Felt Tip Girl

Available from a private collection
Available from a private collection
INTEREST IN EARLY PRINT EDITIONS BY LUCIE BENNETT
Pink Knickers
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.

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