On May 4 Gallery Jacob Bjørn presented a group show of such artists: Graham Collins, Wolfgang Voegele, Maiken Bent, Ted Gahl, Francesca Capone, Humberto Poblete-Bustamante.
Michael Wall London, United Kingdom. Tell us a little about yourself? How did your work in the art world begin? I grew up in a small rural town on the South East coast of England, my family moved there from Liverpool before I was born, as my Dad was working on oil rigs in
VNH Gallery presented the screening of Leo Gabin’s new film titled ”No Panic Baby” along with a presentation of recent works. Leo Gabin is a collective created in 2000 from the association of three artist – Lieven Deconinck, Gaëtan Begerem, and Robin De Vooght – all graduates of the Royal Academy of Fine arts of Ghent
Kenneth Alme Oslo, Norway. Tell us about yourself, how did your artistic career begin? I went to different art schools for a couple of years before I got admitted to the National Academy of The Arts in Oslo. I did both my bachelor and master’s degree here, with a stay at Städelschule in Frankfurt.
Josef Zekoff’s paintings occupy a shimmering interstitial space. They seem like hybrids of ornaments, maps and stick figures. They are probably easiest to identify by the labyrinth symbol, but this is a keyword that only increases the open questions. The term has long separated from its origins; it is said to have been coined for
Yvonne Robert Zürich, Schweiz. Tell us a little about yourself. Where did your passion for art begin? My passion for art began at such a young age that I can’t exactly remember. I grew up in an artistic family. My mother studied painting in Detroit and Munich and my father painted as a hobby. He worked principally as
Rod Barton is pleased to announce Instant Excess featuring artists Kristian Touborg (Denmark) and Moritz Wegwerth (Germany). A juncture has been reached in the contemporary moment of our society. The advent of fake news, information warfare, a web held hostage and the commodification of politics have left us in a maelstrom of images that conflict, saturate and construct
Both Jeroen Erosie and Stephen seem to see painting as a means to an end; They see each painting itself as a sum of attempts and errors, using this process to allow us to have a new insight into the next step to take over and over, welcoming the effect of surprise, and either accept
Lucas Dupuy London, United Kingdom. Tell us a little about yourself. What was the determining factor in choosing your profession? I grew up in south-east London, and come from a very creative family. My mum is a photographer, and my dad makes sculptures from found objects. His work is a huge inspiration to me, especially
Struan Teague London, United Kingdom. Can you tell us a little about yourself? How did you start your journey into the art world? I’m from Edinburgh and I studied fine art in Dundee, a small city on the east coast of Scotland. At art school I was mostly printmaking, screenprinting with a little bit