Creative on Instagram

Instagram has become the default means for artists to present themselves online. Mostly, that’s to show new work, how it comes about, inspirations, recommendations – all of which can be interesting. But some go further: their Instagram account becomes, in effect, the platform for creating new work, perhaps at a slant from the work for which they’re best known. Here are four artists whose posts I look forward to from that less usual angle.

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Clare Price new paintings at Studio 1.1 Private View Thursday 17th May

above, ‘Whiteone’ 177 x 211 cms 2012 18th May – 10th June 2012 Clare Price’s work what’s never certain is which of two opposing forces will win: composition or decomposition. In these new paintings an underlay of carefully traced, yet primitive, simulated pixellation (taken from out-moded computer programmes) reinforces a firm structure, an armature almost, […]

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