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  • CARNE GRIFFITHS | ’THE ESCAPE’ AND ’THE GREAT ESCAPE’
    March 20th 2020
    Carne Griffiths’ compelling and breathtaking drawings explores the emotional and spiritual links we encounter with the world around us. His contemporary works show beautiful and nature-strong women interweaved with forms of the natural world, exuding an underlying sense of mystery and seductiveness. Mastering several techniques, the British artist has developed his unique practice by combining media, mixing material - and inventing a colour palette from untraditional sources, such as regional teas and alcohol. The two screenprint editions, The Escape (2014) and The Great Escape (2015), are representative of this practice and craftsmanship.
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  • RALPH GIBSON | EVOCATIVE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
    March 06th 2020
    American artist, Ralph Gibson is a widely recognised contemporary art photographer - his influential works shaped by a curiosity of the world around him. The artist’s monochrome photographs of mysterious and dreamlike moments represent allusive thoughts and desires; carefully composed and cropped in distinctive ways. Through his unique imagery, Gibson has helped define a surreal genre in art photography where, surprisingly, many of the stories are found outside the frames. With a career already in its sixth decade, Gibson shows no sign of retiring and continues to explore photography with his loyal companion, a Leica camera. Twenty years ago, Eyestorm was privileged to collaborate with Gibson on eight photographic editions.
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  • JONATHAN PURDAY | ‘MEDITATION IN RED’ AND ‘CANOPY MEMORIES’
    February 21st 2020
    Influenced by photography, poetry and observation of his close surroundings, British artist Jonathan Purday has developed his artistic practice over twenty-five years. With themes highly informed by the natural world, urban architecture and how we consume places in the world around us, the works are often drawn from memory and elegantly flirting with perspective and scale - cascading the landscape in an illuminating light. Purday’s works are surreal in their composition and use of colour - but have the precision and delicacy of a Japanese Haiku poem.
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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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André Saraiva is both a graffiti artist and entrepreneur. He was born in 1971 in Uppsala, Sweden, of Portuguese origin from his parents who fled the regime of dictator Antonio de Oliveira Salazar during the Portuguese Revolution.

At the age of 10, Andre left Sweden for Paris along with his family, his talent for drawing and an ignorance of the French language. He instantly became drawn to the underground culture of graffiti art at this time and by 1989 had dreamed up his signature tag

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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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