Incunable Book by Lucas Dupuy

This book came about because I felt that I was reaching a finishing point for a body of work that I had been working on for around a year. All these images I have collated over that year I decided to compose into a book format, alongside my show at union gallery. The work all

«My work is to paint by starting with an anchor in the real, and from there to offer a different look at what surrounds us every day.»

Côme Clérino Paris, France.   Could you tell us a little about yourself? What has brought you into the art world? My family introduced me to art when I was very young, specifically my father. For example, my first memory of attending an exhibit was a Mark Rothko retrospective at the Paris Museum of Modern

«The surface of the works is very important, I think they exist and survive on a tactile level. They refer to the handmade & the remembrance that this is a painting.»

Jon Pilkington Copenhagen, Denmark.     Tell us about yourself? How did your work in art begin? I started to take art seriously around 17 when I was accepted onto a foundation course. I fucked up my A Levels which were in History, English Literature, Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies. I realised early on that

«Sometimes I also hate the finished work, but after it stays in the corner of my studio for a while and I look at it with fresh eyes, I´m like “Yeah, that’s interesting – I think I like it now.”»

Martin Lukáč Prague, Czech Republic.   Tell us a little about yourself, where did your work in the art world begin? I guess that it was a long time ago, probably when I was a child.  I first started to draw my favorite stuff – like Michael Jordan, Pokemon characters, Batman and Ronnie Coleman (my parents

«If I’m happy with a work I can often sit and look at it for a long while, thinking about how it can work in different contexts and settings, or just by itself.»

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.