Fabian Treiber Stuttgart, Germany. Tell us about yourself. How did your work in art begin? Was there a moment when you realized that you would become an artist? When thinking about this question, I realize that the way of looking back at myself has changed slightly over time. I mean, before I began to
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
Anna Hagemeier and David Achenbach are the owners of ACHENBACH HAGEMEIER gallery in Düsseldorf, that was open in 2016 and exibits basically works of young artists. How did your work in the art begin? Tell us about this moment, when you realized that you want to work with gallery. Anna Hagemeier: I grew up in a
Yorgos Stamkopoulos Lives and works between Athens and Berlin. Tell us a little about yourself. How did your artistic career begin? My dad is a housepainter and I was helping him during summer breaks, while I was in elementary school. I was fascinated when he was covering the walls with new colors. He was
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
Christian August Berlin, Germany. Tell us a little about yourself. As is known, your artistic career began with graffiti. Why did you move from the street to the studio and gallery spaces? Was it a necessity or a big conscious desire? I was born in Halle in 1977 and studied at the Burg Giebichenstein University
Johnny Abrahams New York, USA. Please, tell us about yourself. How did you come to the art world? My background and education are in classical music, so I didn’t really address my desire to make visual art until I was late into my twenties. Cubism and being completely enamored with the work of Georges Braque.
Maja Djordjevic Belgrade, Serbia. Tell us about yourself. How did your work in art start? Hello dear ABSTRACT, my name is Maja Djordjevic. I love to paint, sing and entertain myself. An unwritten rule in Serbian primary schools is that there is always one person in each class who is really good at painting
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.
Tell us a bit about yourself. How did you understand that you want to pursue art? Best of my belief, you have a considerable experience in graffiti. I started with graffiti when I was about 12 years old, I understood quickly that I had an extreme need to express myself and almost became obsessed with
Please tell us about yourself and your background just a bit. Besides, what made you become an artist? I was born in Hull in the North of England. Straight after school, I worked on a Caravan site for a few years along with a few odd jobs in local supermarkets etc. The thoughts of becoming
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