Charlotte Colbert is a Franco/British artist and filmmaker who lives and works in London. She is best known for her surreal and dark imagery. In addition to her solo shows, and large-scale public displays, her work has been shown at major international fairs such as Hong Kong Basel, Istanbul Art Fair, Miami and Photo-London. Her work has been likened to the surreal work of Toomer, Breton and Dali (Phaidon) and described as “surreal and delicate” (Huffington Post), an “exploration of the human mind” (Vogue) and as “existing in that space dreams and nightmares” (Las Ultimas Noticias).
Gregory Thielker uses painting and drawing to investigate the conception of site through observation and memory. His hyper-realistic work connects to specific places and calls into question the way recognition and narrative can often sway understanding and perception. He employs graphic materials, such as oil paint and graphite, which are often married with conceptual methods to bring the artist’s role into relief. He has exhibited throughout the United States and abroad., READ MORE
Filip Hodas’ otherworldly landscapes suggest surreal interventions by alien forces all images courtesy of filip hodas The otherworldly landscapes digitally crafted by filip hodas transport the viewer into a hypnagogic, hyperrealistic space that defies the physical laws that govern the world around us. since the beginning of 2015, the prague-based graphic designer has been realizing a daily render using programs like world machine, cinema 4D and octane.
Born in South Africa in 1991, Chloe Obermeyer received her BA(FA) from the university of Cape Town in 2014. Alongside THAT ART FAIR, she has exhibited at the AVA Gallery, had a solo exhibition at The South African Institute of Aquatic Biodiversity and partook in the alternative photographic exhibition "Touching a Photograph" in Florence, Italy.
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Tumblr artist called Natural Palettes composes stunning compositions, which match “the beauty of nature through colors” to landscape shots. South Tyrolean Alps by Lukas Furlan. MORE
The Swiss artist Lori Hersberger lives and works in Zurich. Born in Basel in 1964, he studied Video Art and Sculpture at the Basel School of Art and Design. At the beginning of the nineties he started creating environments and installations, initially combined with video, later with different kinds of media like mirror glass, painting with fluorescent paint, neon light, and chrome steel. He quickly devoted himself to a wide spectrum of different, seemingly incompatible media and subject matter. His works are characterized by a direct artistic language and, while many ... READ MORE
"My intention is to go beyond the obvious and present a glimpse of the extraordinary. Colour, form and texture in a perfect balance create their own energy and emotion. Each shape must be precisely placed to harmonize with the others, each colour speaking to the next components in singular unity. Together they define the expression of the intangible. READ MORE...
Berndnaut Smilde (Groningen, 1978) is a Dutch visual artist. He graduated in 2005 from the Hanze University in Groningen. Smilde's best known works include the series "Conditioner"; sculptures that spread an antiseptic scent throughout several rooms, and 'Unflattened', which shows an inverted rainbow.In 2012 he created a series of self-made clouds, of which 'Nimbus II, 2012', first performed in the Lady Chapel of Hoorn, was included in London's Saatchi Gallery.
Nathan Mabry (born 1978) is an artist based in Los Angeles. Mabry was born in Colorado. His work is a mixture of primitive sculpture and Minimalist-style art. He references the work of artists such as Sol LeWitt, John McCracken and Carl Andre and uses materials including wood, plaster and clay. Mabry took part in the prominent exhibition Thing: New Sculpture from Los Angeles at the Hammer Museum in 2005. . Read More
Richard Lewsey investigates the human mind and the secrets it casts. His visual representations are the extreme synthesis of the genius of his thought. Thought that takes care of the aches and moods of our society. Thought extremely complex which manifests itself through a great synthesis of signs. His and conceptual art. Art that is staggering the mind and summarizes the mark. Richard Lewsey, and with good reason, is one of the foremost artists from the conceptualist viewpoint. The greatest of world stages are hosting his works. Works that attract the bystander and lead him into the secret ways in which the intellect is talking to his madness.
A self-taught sculptor, Romain Langlois studied medical books and anatomical charts to understand the human body, building his first sculptures using only plaster and clay. Seeking a more permanent material, Langlois turned to bronze, a metal he now incorporates into works that are inspired by nature rather than man. His pieces visually pull apart the natural objects that surround us—building works that appear as bisected rocks, boulders, and tree trunks.
From ant colonies to human cities, artist ben butler is fascinated by how complex phenomena emerge from simple processes. currently on display at rice university art gallery, butler’s ‘unbounded’ installation ... MORE
Laurence Wood graduated from the Royal College of Art, London in 1985. His creative journey has included work as a saxophonist with 2-tone band The Apollinaires and with Champion Doug Vietch, and as a published writer and illustrator.
His paintings are included in both public and private collections including His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales collection at Highgrove, the National Trust Foundation for Art, the Royal College of Art, London, and the HSBC Bank HQ, Canary Wharf, London.
German artist Felix Schramm likes to make sculptures that confuse you. He uses pieces of drywood, paint, steel frames and paint to recreate parts of architecture matching the space that they inhabit, but are very different than what you would expect. His highly formalized sculptures are a bit like architecture that has stopped pretending to hold itself up. They can be huge chunks of material that have been dumped in the room from a construction site by accident, or shoved through the wall like an art install that has gone bad...READ NOW
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Julie Mehretu makes large-scale, gestural paintings that are built up through layers of acrylic paint on canvas overlaid with mark-making using pencil, pen, ink and thick streams of paint. Mehretu’s work conveys a layering and compression of time, space and place and a collapse of art historical references, from the dynamism of the Italian Futurists and the geometric abstraction of Malevich... READ MORE
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