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  • SOPHIE SMALLHORN | ’LAYER 1’ AND ’LAYER 2’
    November 12th 2019
    Sophie Smallhorn is a British artist and colourist. From a design-led background, Smallhorn practice stretches across various mediums such as sculpture, installations and works on paper - and the artist sees no restrictions in how colours can impact the appearance within its surroundings. The representation of her work is down to the most elementary components: form, volume, shape and colour. With the release of Layer 1 and Layer 2, Smallhorn introduced texture to her method, allowing herself to further explore the relationship between colours.
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  • JACKY TSAI | 'PUPPETS'
    October 31st 2019
    For more than a decade, Chinese artist Jacky Tsai has been developing his practice and he is today a unique representative of the Chinese pop-art genre. Tsai’s work illustrates themes and relations between Eastern and Western cultures in a globalized world - and the narrative is full of symbolism and often with a humorous undertone; a blindfolded Superman with arms stretching out finding his way around a traditional Chinese garden - or, as portrayed in Puppets, a Chinese general puppeteering a myriad of Western superheroes to the amusement of a Chinese audience in a theatre.
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  • NOMA BAR | 'WHICH CAME FIRST?'
    October 16th 2019
    The work of Noma Bar could be described as visual story-telling. The deceptively simple works by this contemporary artist challenges the viewers to uncover the hidden messages within them. How we decode the visual clues that Bar is presenting, relies only on his pared-back forms, careful composition, and the clever illusionary effects of positive and negative space. Bar’s simplistic aesthetic style, or his limited colour palette, should not deceive us, because in this artist’s work there is always more than meets the eye.
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  • DAN BALDWIN | ‘IMAGINARY PARADISE’ | NEW PRINT EDITION
    October 03rd 2019
    Dan Baldwin is best known for his bright and bold images that splash contemporary pop-art colours across the canvas in the form of expressive mark-making, carefully drawn graphic imagery, collage, and found objects. He once described his work as ‘starting with colour’ and this has certainly been true across his almost 30 years of practice. It is perhaps surprising then, to see Baldwin take a different approach in his most recent work as he experiments with a new monochromatic palette that strips away his usually explosive colour, and instead presents us with the stark contrast of pure black and white.
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  • REGGIE PEDRO | 'FIRE LOVE'
    September 18th 2019
    Reggie Pedro’s distinctive paintings start with people - their lives, interactions and experiences. Flicking through pages and pages of notebooks that the artist kept during his Fine Art studies and beyond, anonymous figures appear throughout. They are observed on a train, in a waiting room, on the streets of London - some carefully detailed and others rapidly sketched. Pedro once described his images as telling the story of the everyday urban life - the mundane and the ordinary.
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For more than a decade, Chinese artist Jacky Tsai has been developing his practice and he is today a unique representative of the Chinese pop-art genre.
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HELMUT NEWTON | INVESTING IN ART
One of the most infamous photographers in art history and best known of the twentieth century, Helmut Newton was an influential German-Australian fashion photographer and forefather of provocative aesthetics.

In Newton’s photography, his women command attention. They are treacherous, even menacing, yet always elegant. His portraits achieved international fame in the 1970s while Newton worked principally for French Vogue, and became celebrated for their controversial scenarios, bold lighting, hypersexualised poses and striking compositions.

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With two major exhibitions during the Venice Biennale, 2017 was a year which increased the awareness of Damien Hirst. With Hirst still actively releasing new print editions, many collectors focus on his earlier work from 2000 and before, such as Valium, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Opium, Beautiful, Galactic, Exploding Screenprint (Spin) and Painting-by-Numbers.

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