Interview: Heath Newman

HEATH NEWMAN Melbourne, Australia.     Please tell us a little about yourself, what brought you into the world of art? I was always creative, throughout high school I was really interested in photography. I used to spend all my lunches in the darkroom at school and would experiment with weird processes of developing film


LAUNCH F18 presented “You’re Doing Amazing Sweetie”, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn based artist Didi Rojas. The exhibition opened on September 7 and is on view through October 19, 2019. This marks the first solo exhibition by the artist. You’re Doing Amazing Sweetie features a curation of over 20 ceramic sculpture shoes, presented in an

Interview: Ammon Rost

AMMON ROST Los Angeles, United States.     Please tell us a little about yourself, what brought you to the world of art and how did you start? I was born in Tokyo and was raised there until the age of 11. I grew up immersed in Japan’s flourishing manga culture in the 80’s. Japan

Interview: François Bonnel

FRANÇOIS BONNEL Toulouse, France.   Tell us a bit about yourself, as far as we know, your artistic journey began 25 years ago? In fact, I have always been immersed in the world of creation. My grandfather and my mother were already painting. During childhood, the first approach was very fun, painting  with the fingers,

Interview: Ludovic Philippon

LUDOVIC PHILIPPON Montpellier, France. Tell us a little about yourself. I live in the south of France, north of Montpellier, between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains of the Cévennes, with my wife and my two children. I live in a peaceful country, far from the hustle and bustle of big cities and this life

LOST PROPERTY — Pablo Tomek at Ruttkowski;68

Pablo Tomek’s abstract paintings are contemporary and urban forward projections of the abstract expressionism movement. Drawing inspiration from the bustling and sublime streets of Paris, the artist creates highly energetic, ostensibly spontaneous paintings which refer to his large scale outside works and take up on the gesture of erasing. In LOST PROPERTY, Tomek confronts his