Stevie Dix (b.1990, Belgium) lives and works between Suffolk and London in the UK. She had solo exhibitions at The Journal Gallery’s Tennis Elbow in New York (USA), The Cabin in Los Angeles (USA) and Rod Barton Gallery in London (UK). She has also been included in group shows at Plus One Gallery in Antwerp
Interview with Johanna Stemmler for Indechs.org To begin with, can you tell us a bit about your practice, please? I’m a painter. But I feel my work cannot be limited to the space of the canvas. I try to observe my surroundings, always attentive to collect found footage, both imagery and text in my environment.
In the exhibition Xerox Dust at Wadström Tönnheim Gallery, Fredrik Åkum exhibits new works that investigate repetitions within painting with an abstract approach to the copying machine. Xerox Dust is Åkum’s first solo exhibition in Malmö. The exhibition’s title, Xerox Dust, refers to the series of oil paintings that Fredrik Åkum has been working with
James Collins exploring the tributaries Simone DeSousa Gallery is pleased to present exploring the tributaries, James Collins’ first solo exhibition in Detroit. Detroit-based artist James Collins is known for minimalist op art and abstract works that are created through a variety of imaginative processes that embody chemistry and chance. These processes create a
In nineteen Suzanne Duchamp received a birthday present from her brother Marcel. The gift was an instruction; to hang a geometry book onto a clothesline, on the balcony of her Paris apartment. He wanted the theorems to “get the facts of life” by being exposed to the sun, the rain, the wind and the frost.
Rod Barton is pleased to announce the group show of new paintings “Friends of Marvin Gardens” featuring the works of Melissa Brown, Meg Franklin, Alicia Gibson, Susumu Kamijo, Anthony Miler, Adrianne Rubenstein and Jennifer Sullivan. The show acts as a microcosm of the activity of painters within a vibrant and transactional collaborative environment that avoids
Luce Gallery presents Astonishing Alterations for the Anterograde Amnesic the second solo show by Peter Mohall at the gallery. The Brushstrokes painting series where the compositions are made through a plurality of identically molded brushstrokes is an examination of the aesthetic consequences of repetition. Recently, the series has evolved into included not only multiplied identical brushstrokes