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I met with Riccardo Antonio Leone to get to the heart of his art, an intense creative process which brought salvation to the artist.
SUGAR MOUNTAIN explores work by Mike Ballard, Thomas van Linge, Samuel Padfield, Anna Reading, Catriona Robertson and Christopher Stead in response to the transitory space that The Silver Building affords.
Inês Neto Dos Santos is a Portuguese artist who recently graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London. She has always demonstrated a keen interest in the relation between human beings and the elements surrounding their daily lives.
After spending some time reflecting on mirrors, I decided to spend the rest of my week focusing on clay.
The medium took me to two shows, one at Hotel Contemporary and the other at Josh Lilley.
This weeks Young Artist to watch is Nathan Eastwood.
Young artist to watch is Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq
This weeks Young Artist to Watch is Jordan Castel
This weeks Young Artist to watch is LA based painter Alex Becerra
This weeks Young artist to Watch is… Celia Hempton
This week’s twist to watch is Kimia Ferdowsi Kline
This weeks Young Artist to Watch is Willem Weismann
This weeks Young Artist to watch is Richard Gasper
This weeks Young Artist To Watch is Laurence Owen
Beer, babes, beaches and butts – ‘getting naked’, as he says, is a crucial part of the artistic process for this Brooklyn-based artist. A rising star on the New York art scene, Todd Bienvenu
This weeks ‘young artist to watch’ is Berlin based American artist Olivia Steele
This week’s Young Artist To Watch is Aaron Angell
This weeks Young artist to watch is Kate Lydon.
This weeks Young artist to watch is Danny Fox .
This weeks Young Artist To Watch is Guy Patton
Cornelia challenges the notion of what painting is and what it can be.
This week’s Young Artist to watch is Felicity Hammond
My previous posts have mostly been concerned with UK based artists, this week I want to look at a young New York painter – Torey Thornton.
Currently on show at the ‘Zabludowicz Invites’ is Victoria Adam whose practice involves a close look at materials, often everyday and commonplace products, which are transformed into sculptural and formal compositions that draws tension between the rough and the raw, the polished and the refined.